Tierce comes from the Latin word for "third" and can refer to:
- Tierce - an old English unit of volume
- Tierce - an organ stop, also known as a seventeenth
- Tierce (fencing) - a fencing maneuvre
- Tierce (CMS) - an open-source content management system
- Tierce - a sixtieth part of a second
- Tierce de Picardie (Picardy third) - a harmonic device used in European classical music
- Tierce - a horse racing bet type; also known as a Trifecta
- Among hunters, a collection of three (“a brace and a half” or tierce) -- or three creatures of any kind, especially greyhounds, foxes, bucks or hares — is called “a leash.”
- Tierced in heraldry, the dividing of the field into three sections, per pale or per fess
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