American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- interj. Chiefly British Used to express thanks.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete or provincial reduction of take.
- n. Middle English forms of toe.
- n. The chemical symbol of tantalum.
- interj. colloquial, chiefly UK, Ireland Thanks.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. Obs. or Scot. To take.
- n. a hard grey lustrous metallic element that is highly resistant to corrosion; occurs in niobite and fergusonite and tantalite
- Most likely influenced by the Danish word tak, the Swedish word tack, and the Icelandic word takk, meaning thanks, via a process of final consonant deletion see Wikipedia. (Wiktionary)
- Baby-talk alteration of thank you. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Alas! how long they were coming, and yet the drum at the door continued gayly its _rat ta ta ta_.”
“The city feller transferred the title ta Bartholemew, an' after a few minutes I had the title in another name usin' a few shell companies ta hide the transactions.”
“If the term ta biblia was used in the 2nd century AD to describe the books of the Bible as a whole,”
“In Reply To fer some reason what i said dint post here bubinski. the muni don't have nuthin ta do wit them transitos which is state "traffic" cops whose headquarters here is in riberas. ya got a beef-talk to the jefe there. pedrito, usually the presidente municipal does have authority with transito. don pedro”
“| Private Reply fer some reason what i said dint post here bubinski. the muni don't have nuthin ta do wit them transitos which is state "traffic" cops whose headquarters here is in riberas. ya got a beef-talk to the jefe there.”
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“They are further called ta ` pneumatika ` tes poneri'as, spiritual wickedness, as the phrase is rendered in our version.”
“Albany itself has taken the name of a Scottish dukedom for its ancient Iroquois cognomen, Ske-nek-ta-dea: of this compound term, Ske is a propositional particle, and means beyond; nek is the Mohawk name for a pine; and the term ta-dea is descriptive of a valley.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘ta’.
British English that's not in American English
Types of bread & breadmaking terms. Mainly I'm looking for plain or savoury breads but I'll accept the sweet-ish ones as long as they are more bread than cake :-)
Name Sym # Wt
actinium Ac 89 (227)
aluminum Al 13 26.98
americium Am 95 (243)
antimony Sb 51 121.7
argon Ar 18 39.94
arsenic As 33 74.92
All playable 2 letter Scrabble words from OSPD4
the gamut of solfege and the Indian sargam
Words from the glossaries in the back of the novels.
These are words I am picking just because I like them.
I might make more categorized lists later, we shall have to wait and see.
British words/phrases/slang I love using in everyday conversation.
in playing tabla, mnemonic syllables are used to denote the sounds made. List to be heavily edited as I come to understand the convention more.
Looking for tweets for ta.