noun, plural Taos for 2.
Definition for taos (2 of 2)
noun (sometimes lowercase)
Origin of Tao
Examples from the Web for 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|Lindsay Lewis|June 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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.
If this be true, the Taos are made to speak the Piro language and the Hemez as well.The Natural History of the Varieties of Man|Robert Gordon Latham
These peculiar constructions of baked clay are still fashionable in such old towns as Suni, Taos and others.My Native Land|James Cox
There are really only four streets in Taos, all facing the Plaza or town square.Through Our Unknown Southwest|Agnes C. Laut
The town of Taos is located in a valley called by the same name.
By this position of affairs, our expectation of obtaining supplies from Taos was cut off.The Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, Oregon and California|Brevet Col. J.C. Fremont
British Dictionary definitions for taos
noun (in the philosophy of Taoism)
Word Origin for Tao
Word Origin and History for taos
1736, from Chinese tao "way, path, right way (of life), reason."