Tynwald Hill. See Man, Isle of.
Tyree', an Argyllshire island, 19 miles NW. of Iona. Having a maximum length and breadth of 14 and 6 miles, and an area of 34 sq. m., it is treeless and flat, with a mean elevation of only 20 feet, except in the south, where three hills attain 400 feet. There are a score of fresh-water lakes. Nearly forty Scandinavian forts dot the shores, and there are also a ruined castle, nine standing stones, etc. Pop. (1831) 4453; (1901) 2192.
Tyrnau (Teer-now'; Magyar Nagy-Szombat), a town of Hungary, on the picturesque Waag valley railway, 30 miles NE. of Presburg. 'Little Rome' it used to be called, as residence of the Hungarian primates; its university (1635-1774) was transferred to Pesth. Pop. 13,830.
Tzana, Tana, or Dembea, a great fresh-water lake on the high plateau of Abyssinia, south of Gondar. The greatest length is 60 miles; the breadth varies from 30 to 40. It is the main reservoir of the Blue Nile (see p. 508). The water is clear and full of fish; there are many small basaltic islands.
Tzarskoye. See Tsarskoye Selo.
UBEDA (Oo-bay'da), a town of Spain, 26 miles NE. of Jaen. It contains a large castle, and manufactures cloth, soap, and leather. Pop. 20,000. Ucayali (Oo-kl-ah'lee), a river of Peru, one of the head-waters of the Amazon, is formed by the Apurimac and Urubamba, and winds more than 1200 miles N. to the Maranon.
Udaipur (Oodipore), or Meywar, a native state of Rajputana; area, 12,861 sq. m. ; population, 1,050,000. The capital, Udaipur (or Oodeypore), on a ridge overlooking a romantic lake, is 140 miles SW. of Ajmere; pop. 46,000.
Udine (Oodee'nay), a walled town of Italy, 85 miles by rail NE. of Venice. It has a Romanesque cathedral, a beautiful campo santo, and, on a hill in its midst, a castle, formerly the residence of the patriarchs of Aquileia. Udine manufactures silk, leather, gloves, etc. Pop. 23,254.