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Tati

noun
  1. Jacques (ʒak), real name Jacques Tatischeff. 1908–82, French film director, pantomimist, and comic actor, creator of the character Monsieur Hulot
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Historical Examples

  • The most brilliant speaker of the gathering was a chief called Tati.

    Celebrated Travels and Travellers

    Jules Verne

  • In December he trekked south to the Tati, where he shot his first lion.

  • But Selous could never claim it as he had sold his right to it to a Mr. Elstob at Tati.

  • Passing out of Khama's country we enter a territory known as the Tati Concessions.

  • Rmulus, foedere21 cum Tati ct, et Sabns in urbem recpit7 et rgnum1 cum Tati socivit.

    Selections from Viri Romae

    Charles Franois L'Homond