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Title: Webster’s practical dictionary. A practical dictionary of the English language, giving the correct spelling, pronunciation and definitions of words based on the Unabridged dictionary of Noah Webster ..
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: Webster, Noah, 1758-1843 Porter, Noah, 1811-1892 Gardner, Dorsey, 1842-1894, [from old catalog] ed
Subjects: English language
Publisher: Chicago, The Reilly & Britton co. Springfield, Mass., G. & C. Merriam co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress
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-jiex. One who keeps the tally;one who keeps a tallj-sliop. — Tally-shop, n. A shopat which articles are sold to customers on account,the account being kept in corresponding books, onecalled the tallij, kept by the buyer, the otlier thecounter-tally, kept by the seller. TaUyho, taKll-ho, interj. & n. The huntsmans crj- to • urge on his hounds. Talmud, talmud, n. The whole bod- of the HebrewUxws and traditions, with authoritative commentsand explanations, as collected, in 2d cent, and «nce,in the Mishna and Gemara. — Talmud^ic, -ical, «.Of, pert, to, or contained in, the Talmud. —TaK-mudist, n. One versed in the Talmud.— Talmudisf-ic, a. Of, or pert, to, the Talmud; Talmudic. Talon, taKun, n. The claw of a bird of prey. (Arch.)A kind of molding ; ogee : see Molding.—Talus, n.(Anat.) That bone of the foot which articulateswith the leg; astmgalus. (Arch. & Fort.) The slopeor inclination of a wor-k. ( Geol.) A sloping heap ofbroken rocks at the foot of a precipice.
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Tamandua, or Little Ant-bear. Tamandoa, ta-mandu-a, 7i. A species of ant-eater oftropical Amer., about the size of a full-grown cat,and having a prehensile tail; the little ant-bear. Tamarack, tama-rak, n. The black larch, a conifer-ous tree having deciduous leaves; hackmatack. Tamarind, tama-rind, n. A leguminous tree, culti-vated in tropical countries for its shade and fruit;one of the preserved seed-pods of the tamarind,which abound with an acid pulp of refrigerant andlaxative properties. Tamarisk, tama-risk, n. A tree or shrub of severalspecies. Tambac, tambak, n. An alloy of copper, zinc, etc.;tombac; aloes-wood. Tambour, tamboor, 71. A kind of small fiat drum ;tambourine ; a small circular frame, resembling adrum, for working embroidery upon; a species ofembroidery in which threads of gold and silver areworked in leaves, flowers, etc. (Arch.) The vase onwhich the leaves of the Corinthian and Comiiositecapitals are placed; the wall ofa circular temple surroundedwith columns; the
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