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late 14c., "rope for fastening an animal," probably from Old Norse tjoðr "tether," from Proto-Germanic *teudran (cf. Danish tøir , Swedish tjuder , Old Frisian tiader , Middle Dutch tuder , Dutch tuier "line, rope," Old High German zeotar "pole of a cart"), from PIE root *deu- "to fasten" + instrumentive suffix *-tro- . Figurative sense of "measure of one's limitations" is attested from 1570s.

The best! My dog can’t wait to go outside and play with it everyday. And best of all, he now leaves the couch alone! Couldn’t recommend this toy highly enough.

2) Install the Tether software on your PC. If your PC currently has an internet connection, you can download it here:
Mac :

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