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Tara

[ tar-uh ]

noun

  1. a village in the NE Republic of Ireland, NW of Dublin: home of the ancient Irish kings Hill of Tara.


Tara

1

/ ˈtærə; ˈtɑːrə /

noun

  1. a village in Co Meath near Dublin, by the Hill of Tara , the historic seat of the ancient Irish kings


tara

2

/ ˈtɑːrɑː /

noun

  1. another name for white-fronted tern
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Word History and Origins

Origin of Tara1

Māori
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Example Sentences

I asked Tara to help us understand how politics have changed, where democracy is heading, and how she got into politics in the first place.

And Glenn, Tara, and Rosita spend the episode, um, learning to fish.

Writers Tara Herrmann and Stephen Falk contributed multiple scripts to both shows.

After her pitch, Tara will most likely head “to a cat carrier in the front office.”

On Monday, there was Dr. Tara Margarella a trauma resident turned plastic surgeon who was once featured on the show New York Med.

Ian Ziering and Tara Reid will officially be starring in Syfy's Sharknado 2: The Second One (no, really).

"Tell me about the marmalade maid," Nina begged, sitting down and taking Tara's head in her lap.

His essays, published in the Croppy, dwelt with passionate regret on the departed glories of Tara.

Tara-tara-tara-ra-ra—the Friar seemed to be enjoying himself, though more for Jack's benefit than his own.

Colonel Meadows Taylor's remarkable tale Tara is probably less widely known than it deserves.

The “Tara” brooch has been copied and imitated, and the shape and 344 decoration of it are well known.

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