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ṭā

[tah]
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noun
  1. the 16th letter of the Arabic alphabet.
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Origin of ṭā

From Arabic

[tah]
noun
  1. the third letter of the Arabic alphabet.
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Origin of

From Arabic
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Historical Examples

  • They had been searching for sea-gulls' nests in the Tas de Pois d'Aval.

    Toilers of the Sea

    Victor Hugo

  • "Tas the way with them foweners," said the first hobbledehoy sagely.

    The Wonderful Visit

    Herbert George Wells

  • Some finish their tas' by twelve an' others work' 'til seven but had the tas' to finish.

  • Sat'day was a workin' day but the tas' was much shorter then other days.

  • She was the daugh-ter of the king, and her name was Po-ca-hon´tas.


British Dictionary definitions for tas

ta

interjection
  1. British informal thank you
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Word Origin

C18: imitative of baby talk

Ta

the chemical symbol for
  1. tantalum
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TA

abbreviation for (in Britain)
  1. Territorial Army (now superseded by TAVR)
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Word Origin and History for tas

ta

1772, "natural infantile sound of gratitude" [Weekley].

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tas in Medicine

Ta

  1. The symbol for the elementtantalum

tas in Science

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