Taw

  • 1 Taw — (תו) ist der zweiundzwanzigste und letzte Buchstabe im hebräischen Alphabet. Er hat den Zahlenwert 400. Im modernen Iwrit wird in der Aussprache von Taw und Tet kein Unterschied mehr gemacht. Das Taw wird in der IPA Lautschrift korrekt mit [t]… …

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  • 2 Taw — or Tav is the twenty second and last letter in many Semitic abjads, including Phoenician, Aramaic, Hebrew Tav Ivrit|ת and Arabic alphabet ArabDIN|Tāʾ ar. ﺕ. Its original sound value is a voiceless alveolar plosive, IPA IPA|/t/,The Phoenician… …

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  • 3 taw´ni|ly — taw|ny «T nee», adjective, ni|er, ni|est, noun, plural nies. –adj. of a rich tan color; brownish yellow: »A lion has a tawny coat. –n. a brownish yellow. ╂[Middle English tauny …

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  • 4 taw|ny — «T nee», adjective, ni|er, ni|est, noun, plural nies. –adj. of a rich tan color; brownish yellow: »A lion has a tawny coat. –n. a brownish yellow. ╂[Middle English tauny …

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  • 5 Taw — Taw, v. t. [Cf. {Tew} to tow, {Tow}, v. t.] To push; to tug; to tow. [Obs.] Drayton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 6 Taw — Taw, n. Tow. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 Taw — Taw, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Tawed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Tawing}.] [OE. tawen, tewen, AS. t[=a]wian to prepare; cf. D. touwen, Goth. t[=e]wa order, taujan to do, and E. tool. [root]64. Cf. 1st {Tew}, {Tow} the coarse part of flax.] 1. To prepare or… …

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  • 8 Taw — Taw, n. [Cf. AS. t[=a]w instrument.] 1. A large marble to be played with; also, a game at marbles. [1913 Webster] 2. A line or mark from which the players begin a game of marbles. [Colloq. U. S.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 Taw — Graphies Graphie Utilisation Alphabets Syriaque Ordre 22e Phonèmes …

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  • 10 taw|py — taw|pie or taw|py «T pee», noun. Scottish. a foolish or thoughtless girl or woman. ╂[compare Danish taabe simpleton, Norwegian taap half witted person] …

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  • 11 Taw — (T. River), Quellfluß des Pamlico River …

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  • 12 taw — to prepare (leather), from O.E. tawian to do, make, from P.Gmc. *tawojan (Cf. O.Fris. tawa, O.S. toian, M.Du. tauwen, Du. touwen, O.H.G. zouwen to prepare, O.H.G. zawen to succeed, Goth. taujan to make, prepare ), probably related to the r …

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  • 13 taw — taw1 [tô] n. [< ?] 1. a fancy marble used to shoot with in playing marbles 2. the line from which the players shoot taw2 [tô] vt. [ME tawen < OE tawian, to prepare, akin to Goth taujan, to do, make < ? IE base * deu , to work on, process …

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  • 14 taw|ie — «T ee», adjective. Scottish. easy to deal with; manageable. ╂[perhaps < taw2] …

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  • 15 taw — ca·taw·ba; choc·taw; mul·li·ga·taw·ny; TAW; taw·dri·ly; taw·dri·ness; taw·ery; taw·hid; taw·ie; taw·kee; whit·taw·er; taw; taw·dry; taw·er; taw·pie; pris·taw; taw·kin; whit·taw; …

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  • 16 taw — I [[t]tɔ[/t]] n. 1) gam a playing marble used as a shooter 2) gam a game in which marbles are knocked out of a circle drawn on the ground by using a marble as a shooter 3) gam Also called taw′ line . the line from which the players shoot 4) gam… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 17 taw — taw1 /taw/, n. 1. a choice or fancy marble used as a shooter. 2. a game in which marbles are arranged in the center of a circle drawn or scratched on the ground, the object being to knock out as many as possible from the circle; ringer. 3. Also,… …

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  • 18 taw´er — taw1 «t», noun, verb. –n. 1. a specially fine marble used for shooting, often streaked or variegated; glassy; monny. SYNONYM(S): agate. 2. the game of marbles. 3. the line from which the players shoot their marbles. –v.i. to shoot a taw …

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  • 19 taw — I. transitive verb Etymology: Middle English, to prepare (soil), taw, from Old English tawian to prepare, make; akin to Old High German zawjan to hasten, Gothic taujan to do, make Date: before 12th century to tan (skins) usually by a dry process… …

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  • 20 taw — 1. verb /tɔː/ a) Specifically, to turn (animals’ hide) into leather, usually by soaking it in a certain solution. b) to shoot a marble 2. noun /tɔː/ a) …

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