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tae, tai, tay, T,
T [teː]
T, tay
n. The twentieth letter of the alphabet.
taund, taand, tand, taunder, taander, tander,
taander [I. taːn(d)ər]
also taand
n. A hereditary tinge, trace, stain, spark, an inherited bad habit. A spark of fire, a piece of burning coal or peat. A firebrand.
tauve, taave, taav, tav, tauved, taaved, taav$d, tauvrins, taavrins, tavrins,
taav [I.Sh. taːv]
n. Rags or tattered pieces of cloth used for stuffing up a hole.
v. To plug timbers with oakum etc., to caulk. To tear, rend.
pt. pp. taaved
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 

taavrins: Fibres, roots of plants, rags.
tab, tabbie, tabnab,
tab [tab]
n. col. A cigarette stub.
dim. tabbie
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
tabnab: I.Sh. A sweet snack accompanying a cup of tea.
tabaccae, tabaccie, tabacca, tobacca, tobaccie, tibacca, tibaccy, tabaccy, baccie, bakkie, baccy, bacha, bacca,
tabaccae [təˈbaka]
n. Tobacco.
dim. baccie
 
Compounds and phrases etc
 
baccie bree: The spittle of a tabacco chewer.
tuim_tabard, toom_tabard, tume_tabard, tabard, tabbard, chabbard,
tabard [ˈtabərd]
n. A tunic or mantle formerly worn for protection against the weather.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
tuim tabard: Someone without substance or conviction.
table, teble, teeble, taible, tebble, tabil, table-cloot, table-clout, tablin, teblin, taiblin,
table [tebl]
n. A table.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
table-cloot: A table-cloth.
tablin: The stone coping of a wall or gable.
the table: Communion.
tabour, toober, touber, tober,
tabour [ˈtabər, ˈtubər, ˈtobər]
n. A beating, thrashing.
v. To beat, belabour, thrash.
tached, tashed, tatched, tatshed, tacht, tasht, tatcht, tatsht, tache, tash, tatch, tatsh, tachie, tashie, tashy, tachey, tatshie, tatshy,
tache [taʃ, S. ˈtatʃ]
n. A stain, spot, smudge, damage or a blemish. A blot on one's character. Impudence. A buckle, ribbon or fastening for clothes. A pendant.
v. To stain, soil, tarnish, deface. To upbraid. To weary.
pt. pp. tache't adj. Stained, spotted, smudged, damaged or blemished, frayed or worn.
 
tachie
adj. Dressed in a slovenly manner, unkempt.
tachten, taghten, tachen, tichten, tichen, tacht, taght, ticht,
tacht [taxt]
adj. Taut, tight, tense, close, stretched out, tightened. Of people: strict, severe. Proud or standoffish.
 
tachten [ˈtax(t)ən]
v. To make taut, to tighten.

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