- (in prescriptions) such; like this.
Origin of tal.
From the Latin word tālis
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Examples from the Web for tal
Tal Kallai is a gay man who does drag, playing a coke-dealing and fast-talking transgender woman in ‘Marzipan Flowers.’
On May 20, a pickup truck drove to an Iraqi army checkpoint in the city of Tal Afar.Iran Says It’s Under Attack by ISIS
Jassem Al Salami
October 9, 2014
Hussein, a 45-year-old father of four from Tal Rifat, a town north of Aleppo, complains of rampant plundering by rebel militias.Syria’s Jihadists Linked to Organized Crime
December 9, 2013
Dudley ‘Tal’ Stokes, founding member of the team, answers questions on what really happened.
And Tal was the only speaker to lead with a peace message, ringing the alarm about right-wing plans to annex the West Bank.Israel’s New Election Discourse
January 8, 2013
You tal me Aye skoll du a teng, den you cuss me for duing et.At Good Old Siwash
“Tal vez, no—Probably not,” was his final reply, and we had to let it go at that.Up the Orinoco and down the Magdalena
H. J. Mozans
The place is known as Tal Macluba, that is, "the overturned."The Story of Malta
Maturin M. Ballou
Yosephine look down, and tal him, "Curfew skol not reng to-night!"The Norsk Nightingale
William F. Kirk
Costal, kos′tal, adj. relating to the ribs, or to the side of the body.