An Old English measure of length for rope, perhaps equivalent to the fathom. (noun)
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Use "tey" in a sentence
""[Sully] has to learn how to hunt through the air and do this incredibly brave thing, and then after the hunt they have this big festival and they dance and there's a drunk scene with [Na'vi member] Tsu'tey, which is Laz Alonso's character, which is actually pretty damn funny.""
"In front of the parliament tey will fasten ties at fense and will make a wish Saakashvili to resign."
"Sun 11/01/09 10: 35 AM tey would have had snipes but isnt he in jail … … racist? stop bitching"