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tav

[ tahv, tawv, tahf, tawf ]
/ tɑv, tɔv, tɑf, tɔf /
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noun
the 23rd letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
the consonant sound represented by this letter.
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Also tau, taw.

Origin of tav

From the Hebrew word tāw literally, mark
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British Dictionary definitions for tav

tav

taw

/ (tɑːv, tɑːf, Hebrew tav, taf) /

noun
the 22nd and last letter in the Hebrew alphabet (ת), transliterated as t or when final th

Word Origin for tav

from Hebrew: cross, mark
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