noun, plural tai.
Origin of tai
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Last April, Kishinets invited every Donetsk lover of a healthy lifestyle, as he put it, to do Tai Bo exercises in Lenin Square.
[Laughs] Man of Tai Chi also, of course, deals with fighting.Keanu Reeves Dishes On Kung Fu, Amazon Drones, Directing ‘Man of Tai Chi,’ And More|Marlow Stern|December 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Tai chi is primarily used for stress management, and to achieve mental clarity.Keanu Reeves on ‘Man of Tai Chi,’ ‘Bill & Ted’ & ‘Point Break’|Marlow Stern|September 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
These days, when I go to Beijing, no matter how short the stay, I try to visit the Din Tai Fung near the embassies.
The dancer Tai Lihua, who choreographed the dance of “Buddha with 1,000 hands.”
"'Tain't to be wondered at the girl is loved," continued Willie.Flood Tide|Sara Ware Bassett
"Tain't nothin' but the back door slammin'," replied the other.His Lordship's Leopard|David Dwight Wells
"No, 'tain't that," said the cow-puncher, staring harder at the old man.Ted Strong's Motor Car|Edward C. Taylor
In an apologetic tone he said: 'But, taint' your fault, Bill; tain't your fault; ye ain't to blame.Watch Yourself Go By|Al. G. Field
Ef ye wudn't, jest remember, 'tain't manly ter use ary 'nother man in a how ye wudn't like ter be used yerselfs.