noun, plural Taos for 2.
noun (sometimes lowercase)
Origin of Tao
Examples from the Web for taos
Contemporary Examples of taos
They may live in New York, San Francisco, or Taos, N.M., but they band together to influence Joe Schmo in Oshkosh, Wis.The Net Roots, the Super Rich, and the Ugly, Endless Election
June 7, 2012
Dennis owned a beautiful church-like adobe building near the Taos Pueblo, where his brother lived.
He took me out to the famous cabin outside Taos where Lawrence had lived and worked with his wife, her friend, and a cow.
He had fled to Taos, New Mexico, to join his brother and artist friends Larry Bell and Ron Cooper, who photographed nudes.
Historical Examples of taos
The Taos whisky had by this time produced its effect upon the dancers.The Scalp Hunters
All appeared to have partaken freely of the fire-water of Taos.The Wild Huntress
The altitude of Taos is 6983 feet; of Taos Peak, 13,145 feet.Original Narratives of Early American History
Vaca and Others
About forty miles distant from Taos Kit Carson had his ranch.Scouting with Kit Carson
Everett T. Tomlinson
He has been to Taos and he has brought back with him two men.The Trail of The Badger
Sidford F. Hamp
noun (in the philosophy of Taoism)
Word Origin for Tao
1736, from Chinese tao "way, path, right way (of life), reason."