Examples from the Web for tay
The greatest local disaster of modern times was the destruction of the first Tay bridge (see Tay).
He look't more as like himself, when he hat the horse t'ieves from New Englant taken up, t'an he hast for many a tay.Satanstoe|James Fenimore Cooper
For a tay, or a week, or a life, or a great numper of lifes?The Chainbearer|J. Fenimore Cooper
I on my part, sleeping indifferently well, wake usually before dawn, and greatly dislike waiting for an early cup o' tay.A Poor Man's House|Stephen Sydney Reynolds
God avnin' to ye; I came in to ask if I might borrow the loan o' a bit o' tay, not havin' a leaf of it left.Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays|Various
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Word Origin and History for tay
mid-15c., from French teie, from Latin theca, from Greek theke (see theco-).