Definitions for "tiltyard"
(formerly) an enclosed field for tilting contests
The entire field used for jousting, including the barrier, the lanes, and the runout.
A tiltyard (or tilt yard or tilt-yard) was an enclosed courtyard for jousting (also known as "tilting"). Tiltyards were a common feature of late medieval castles and palaces. For example, Horse Guards Parade in London was formerly the tiltyard constructed by Henry VIII as an entertainment venue adjacent to Whitehall Palace.