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Page 17 of 56 for the letter T

thaim, them, thim, thum, em, thom, thame, 'em, theim, dem, themins, thaimsel, themsels, thaimsels, themsel, thaimsels, themsel's, demsels, demlane, demsel, themleen, thaimlane,
thaim [ðɛm, ðəm, I.Sh. dɛm]
pron. Them.

Compounds and phrases etc.

thaim anes [-enz, -jɪnz, MN. -inz]: those people
thaimlane I.Sh.: themselves alone
thaimsel(s) [-sɛl(z)]: themselves
Thaim that: those who
thair, thare, thir, ere, yair, thaire, thar, ther, thur, der, the'r, thairs, thairsel, theirsel, thirsel, thairsels, theirsels, thersels, thirsels, thaur, therr, there, ders, eir,
thair [ðe:r, ðər, I.Sh. de:r, dər]
adj. Possessive: their.
pl. thairs

Compounds and phrases etc.

thairsel [-sɛl]: themselves collectively
thairsels [-sɛlz]: themselves individually
thairf, tharf, therf, thraif, thraf, thraff,
thairf [ðe:rf]
also thraif
adj. Cold in manner, stiff, unsocial, aloof, backward, reluctant.
thairm, therm, ferm, fairm, thairms, thairm-scraper, smaa-fairns, fairn, term, tairm, terrem,
thairm [θe:rm, I.Sh. te:rm]
n. A gut or bowel in the human or animal intestine, catgut, fiddle string.

Compounds and phrases etc.

smaw thairms: the small intestines, guts
thairm-scraper: col. a fiddler
than, an, 'an, ann, dan, thaun, thans, thance, thanadays, dan-a-days, aan, aans, than-an-awaa, than-an-awa, enn, thin,
than [ðan, ðən, I.Sh. dan]
adv. Then. In that case, yes indeed, very true, very much so.

thance [ðans, ðəns]
adv. Thence.

Compounds and phrases etc.

nou an than(s): now and then
or thans: or else
thanadays: in those days
than an awa: long ago
than, 'an, an, thaun,
than [ðan, ðən, I.Sh. dan]
conj. Than.
In colloquial speech may be contracted 'an [ən, n].

Compounds and phrases etc.

deil than...: would to the devil that...
nae wunnder than: no wonder that
thane,
thane [θen]
n. A minor noble.
thank, thenk, thanks, thenks, hanks, hanx, tank, taank, thankfu, thankfu', thankfou, thenkfu, thenkfae, thankfae, thankrif, thenkrif, thenkrife, thankrife, unthank, unthenk, bethank, bethankit, bethenkit, bethenket,
thank [θaŋk, WC. θɛŋk, I.Sh. ta(:)ŋk]
n. Thank.
pl. thanks
v. To thank.

Compounds and phrases etc.

bethank [bə'-]: to thank, thanks, acknowledgment
bethankit: full of grattitude, grace after meal, int. God be thanked!
pick-thank: a person who curries favour by deceit, a sycophant, sneak, gossip, ungrateful
thankfu [-fə S. -fɛ, -fɪ, EC. -fe, WC. -fɑ, N. -fɛ, U. I. -fu]: adj. thankful
thankrif adj. very grateful
unthank: ingratitude
thare, therr, thur, thir, thar, the, they, thair, er, ere, e're, ther, the'r, the', the're, thareawa, thareaway, thareawae, thareawey, thereaway, tharawas, thareoot, theroot, thare', erra, tharein, therein, thairin, tharetil, theretil, theretill, thairtill, thairtil, thaur, thaire, thereout, ere's, dir, dare, der, dere, thereoot, thareby, the'll,
thare [ðe:r, ðər, I.Sh. de:r, dɛr]
contracted N. [e:r]
also the contracted form the [ðə, I.Sh. də]
adv. There.

Compounds and phrases etc.

thareanent: the matter already mentioned, relating to what has been said above
thareawa: thereabouts
thare awey [-ə'wəi]: down there, in that direction
thareby: of number or amount: approximately, thereabouts, round about the figure mentioned
thareoot: outside, in the open air
thare a: there is a
tharein: therein, indoors, at home
thare's: there is/are
tharetil [-tɪl, -tʌl]: thereto
the'll: there will/shall
the war: there was/were
the're: there are/is
war the: were there
that, tha, thae, thay, they, thai, 'at, at, yat, it, itt, aa, tha', aat, 'et, dat, izzat, that's, 'at's, aat's, tha's, ats, at's, thats, thattan, thatwey, thit, thaut, eit, thaat, thet, datn, thaese, thase, ose,
that [ðat, ðet, I.Sh. dat]
contracted 'at [ət, t]
pron. Relative: who. That, whom, which.
pl. thae [ðe:] Those. In the northern dialects the pl. may be that.
possessive that's Whose. Contracted 'at's.
adj. That.
adj. pl. thae Those. In the northern dialects the pl. may be that.
adv. So, to such a degree, to that extent, very.

Compounds and phrases etc.

an aw that and all that sort of thing
an that and so on, etcetera
is that contracted is 'at [ɪzət]: is that
that is:that is, contracted that's, 'at's.
thattan [ðatən, ðetən, ətən]: that kind of...
thatwey: in that way, like that

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