Definition of mixed tithes in English:

mixed tithes

Pronunciation /ˌmɪks(t) ˈtʌɪðz/

noun

historical
  • With plural agreement: tithes which are partly personal and partly predial in nature.

    The commutation of tithes for money payments was regularized by the Tithes Commutation Acts of 1836–60.

Origin

Mid 16th century. From mixed + the plural of tithe, after post-classical Latin decimae mixtae.