[ tar-uh ]
/ ˈtær ə /
a village in the NE Republic of Ireland, NW of Dublin: home of the ancient Irish kings (Hill of Tara ).
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Example sentences from the Web for Tara
And away went the music: "Ta-ra—ta—ta-ti-rip-i-ta-ta-ta-tu!"The Forged Note|Oscar Micheaux
Why do you—Tara-rara tara-ra tara-rara-ra, rarara, ta-ra, a-ra!Zanoni|Edward Bulwer Lytton
The Winnebago called it: Ne-scas-hut'-ta-ra (the bluff-walled river).Old Times on the Upper Mississippi|George Byron Merrick
British Dictionary definitions for Tara (1 of 3)
/ (ˈtɑːrɑː) /
noun plural tara
another name for white-fronted tern
Word Origin for tara
British Dictionary definitions for Tara (2 of 3)
/ (tæˈrɑː) /
informal, mainly Northern English goodbye; farewell
Word Origin for ta-ra
C20: variant of ta-ta
British Dictionary definitions for Tara (3 of 3)
/ (ˈtærə, ˈtɑːrə) /
a village in Co Meath near Dublin, by the Hill of Tara, the historic seat of the ancient Irish kings
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