One day tada Samon, a high official in Koriyama's castle, received a visit from a yamabushi, or mountain recluse.
Tiada is generally abbreviated colloquially to tada and ta (in Java trada and tra).
There is no one who can climb (the tree)— tada orang yang tahu panjat.
One answers 'now' with ima or tada ima, and 'already' with mǒ, e.g., mǒ iqe 'be already gone!'
The principal one is kept by Wackan-manin, of the Wajiga-atj subgens of the tada.
An exclamation announcing one's arrival or some revelation: She said ''Ta da,'' and dropped the bath towel, and seduced me/ So, one-ohtwo West a Hundred Sixteenth Street is, tah-dah!, Mohammed Temple Number Seven
[1940s+ Show business; originally a two-note musical phrase introducing a performer]