American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A village of eastern Ireland northwest of Dublin. It was the seat of Irish kings from ancient times until the sixth century A.D.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Buddhism a female Buddha typically associated with Buddhist tantra practice as preserved in Tibetan Buddhism. She is the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements.
- n. A female given name.
- n. An Irish place name, associated with Hill of Tara, seat of ancient Irish kings.
- n. A female given name used since the 20th century, derived from the place name.
- n. a village in eastern Ireland (northwest of Dublin); seat of Irish kings until 6th century
- Irish Teamhair ("high place"). (Wiktionary)
“ANITA GATTIS, MISSING TARA GRINSTEAD ` S SISTER: Well, Nancy, we had heard early on about neighbors of Tara ` s who saw a dark vehicle in her yard early Monday morning when they went to the convenient store.”
“I almost want to just pretend the tara thing isn’t happening until she’s gone but I can’t .. it’s not fair to Ali or to Gareth and most of all to Tara.”
“I suppose Tara is only on season 2 and Jackie also.”
“Tara is currently staying with her aunt, uncle, and cousins and preparing to enter 10th grade.”
“Anyways, Tara is probably going to be the next Mother Theresa.”
“The first six - eps really followed the first book but then it began to branch out, especially where human characters are concerned -- Tara is quite different from the book, pretty much completely different actually, and much more interesting on the show.”
“For example, The United States of Tara is an ineffective title for a show about a character with split personalities.”
“But because Tara is a pay-cable show limited to 13 episodes, her family had to relocate from Australia for only a few months.”
“I think Tara is my fave character on the show … Lafayette has to be my second fave.”
“Other stuff happens, such as some freaky v-sex, telepathy time, and learning that Sookie's BFF Tara is mean, rude, and wholly unlikeable (that was a bit hard to write considering that's the Girlfriend's name).”
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It's an odd-looking pattern in English. Please add words if it makes you happy. :) K-POW! Wow @gulyasrobi!
Fictional places that, somehow, everyone has heard of anyway.
Real places that have taken on the veneer of myth.
Anywhere that's really nowhere.
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