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chained_bear commented on the word tynchal
"'Besides the guards, and the fact that every good horseman for miles around is here, the way to the castle will be filled wi' folk coming from the countryside for the tynchal and the games.''Tynchal?''A hunt. Usually stags, maybe a boar this time; one of the stable lads told Old Alec there's a large one in the east wood.'"—Diana Gabaldon, Outlander (NY: Delacorte Press, 1991), 180
January 2, 2010