Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A Scotch form of toe.
  • One: as, the tae half or the tither (the one half or the other).
  • A Scotch form of to.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • As the sister-in-law says about Maggie's husband John: Ach, I'm no wantin tae hear whit John says aboot they bliddy capitalists.

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  • He earned his black belt in tae kwon do before he turned to acting and discovered the television show while filming Millionaire.

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  • Brown, a former member of the U.S. Army Special Forces during the Vietnam War and holder of a black belt in tae kwon do, was captured and endured 12 days as a prisoner of war.

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  • And when he's not analyzing a database of 1.2 million U.S. medical error records or working on a book chapter, he might be biking with the Johns Hopkins Cycling Team or working toward his purple belt in tae kwon do.

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  • The lead actor, Yu Ji-tae, is hot and has an interesting presence, and the atmosphere of creepy menace is an interesting juxtaposition with manic Korean department store cheesiness.

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  • A large, strapping young man with a black belt in tae kwon do, he loved playing with his nieces and nephews.

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  • Wayne R. Cornell had earned a black belt in tae kwon do and he won many medals in martial arts tournaments.

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  • "He was funny, disciplined and excellent at martial arts," said Lisa Novak, who was in tae kwon do with Cornell.

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  • On the somber, seaweed-toned border dividing the two Koreas, amid the cries of egrets and Manchurian cranes, I observed South Korean soldiers standing frozen in tae kwon do ready positions, their fists clenched and forearms tightened, staring into the faces of their North Korean counterparts.

    When North Korea Falls

  • On the somber, seaweed-toned border dividing the two Koreas, amid the cries of egrets and Manchurian cranes, I observed South Korean soldiers standing frozen in tae kwon do ready positions, their fists clenched and forearms tightened, staring into the faces of their North Korean counterparts.

    When North Korea Falls

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  • To.

    April 19, 2009

  • "One: as, the tae half or the tither (the one half or the other)."

    --from the Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

    November 1, 2015

  • One of those words for which the Twitter fetcher is not going to help much.

    November 2, 2015