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- T cart - - See under T.
- T iron - - See under T.
- T rail - - See under T.
- T square - - See under T.
- T'other - - A colloquial contraction of the other, and formerly a contraction for that other. See the Note under That, 2.
- Ta - v. t. - To take.
- Ta'en - - p. p. of Ta, to take, or a contraction of Taken.
- Taas - n. - A heap. See Tas.
- Tab - n. - The flap or latchet of a shoe fastened with a string or a buckle.
- Tab - n. - A tag. See Tag, 2.
- Tab - n. - A loop for pulling or lifting something.
- Tab - n. - A border of lace or other material, worn on the inner front edge of ladies' bonnets.
- Tab - n. - A loose pendent part of a lady's garment; esp., one of a series of pendent squares forming an edge or border.
- Tabacco - n. - Tobacco.
- Tabanus - n. - A genus of blood sucking flies, including the horseflies.
- Tabard - n. - A sort of tunic or mantle formerly worn for protection from the weather. When worn over the armor it was commonly emblazoned with the arms of the wearer, and from this the name was given to the garment adopted for heralds.
- Tabarder - n. - One who wears a tabard.
- Tabarder - n. - A scholar on the foundation of Queen's College, Oxford, England, whose original dress was a tabard.
- Tabaret - n. - A stout silk having satin stripes, -- used for furniture.
- Tabasheer - n. - A concretion in the joints of the bamboo, which consists largely or chiefly of pure silica. It is highly valued in the East Indies as a medicine for the cure of bilious vomitings, bloody flux, piles, and various other diseases.
- Tabbied - imp. & p. p. - of Tabby
- Tabbies - pl. - of Tabby
- Tabbinet - n. - A fabric like poplin, with a watered surface.
- Tabby - n. - A kind of waved silk, usually called watered silk, manufactured like taffeta, but thicker and stronger. The watering is given to it by calendering.
- Tabby - n. - A mixture of lime with shells, gravel, or stones, in equal proportions, with an equal proportion of water. When dry, this becomes as hard as rock.
- Square - n. - An instrument having at least one right angle and two or more straight edges, used to lay out or test square work. It is of several forms, as the T square, the carpenter's square, the try-square., etc.
- Syzygy - n. - The immovable union of two joints of a crinoidal arm. T () the twentieth letter of the English alphabet, is a nonvocal consonant. With the letter h it forms the digraph th, which has two distinct sounds, as in thin, then. See Guide to Pronunciation, //262-264, and also //153, 156, 169, 172, 176, 178-180.
- Dental - a. - Formed by the aid of the teeth; -- said of certain articulations and the letters representing them; as, d t are dental letters.
- Lene - n. - Any one of the lene consonants, as p, k, or t (or Gr. /, /, /).
- Tee iron - - See T iron, under T.
- Far - a. - Remote in affection or obedience; at a distance, morally or spiritually; t enmity with; alienated.
- Czechs - n. pl. - The most westerly branch of the great Slavic family of nations, numbering now more than 6,000,000, and found principally in Bohemia and Moravia. D () The fourth letter of the English alphabet, and a vocal consonant. The English letter is from Latin, which is from Greek, which took it from Ph/nician, the probable ultimate origin being Egyptian. It is related most nearly to t and th; as, Eng. deep, G. tief; Eng. daughter, G. tochter, Gr. qyga`thr, Skr. duhitr. See Guide to Pronunciation, Ã178, 179, 229.
- Tee - n. - A short piece of pipe having a lateral outlet, used to connect a line of pipe with a pipe at a right angle with the line; -- so called because it resembles the letter T in shape.
- Lene - a. - Applied to certain mute consonants, as p, k, and t (or Gr. /, /, /).
- Entropy - n. - A certain property of a body, expressed as a measurable quantity, such that when there is no communication of heat the quantity remains constant, but when heat enters or leaves the body the quantity increases or diminishes. If a small amount, h, of heat enters the body when its temperature is t in the thermodynamic scale the entropy of the body is increased by h / t. The entropy is regarded as measured from some standard temperature and pressure. Sometimes called the thermodynamic function.
- Cross-garnet - n. - A hinge having one strap perpendicular and the other strap horizontal giving it the form of an Egyptian or T cross.
- G4452 -πω - 4452 -πω - -ΠΩ - - -pō - po - another form of the base of -πώς; an enclitic particle of indefiniteness; yet, even; used only in the comparative. See μηδέπω, μήπω, οὐδέπω, οὔπω, πώποτε. - - greek
- G4458 -πώς - 4458 -πώς - -ΠΏΣ - - -pṓs - poce - adverb from the base of πού; an enclitic particle of indefiniteness of manner; somehow or anyhow; used only in composition:--haply, by any (some) means, perhaps. See εἴ πως, μήπως. Compare πῶς. - - greek
- G6 Ἄβελ - 6 Ἄβελ - ἌΒΕΛ - - Ábel - ab'-el - of Hebrew origin (הֶבֶל); Abel, the son of Adam:--Abel. - Proper Name Masculine - greek
- G12 ἄβυσσος - 12 ἄβυσσος - ἌΒΥΣΣΟΣ - - ábyssos - ab'-us-sos - from Α (as a negative particle) and a variation of βυθός; depthless, i.e. (specially) (infernal) "abyss":--deep, (bottomless) pit. - Noun Feminine - greek
- G890 ἄχρηστος - 890 ἄχρηστος - ἌΧΡΗΣΤΟΣ - - áchrēstos - akh'-race-tos - from Α (as a negative particle) and χρηστός; inefficient, i.e. (by implication) detrimental:--unprofitable. - Adjective - greek
- G891 ἄχρι - 891 ἄχρι - ἌΧΡΙ - - áchri - akh'-rece - akin to ἄκρον (through the idea of a terminus); (of time) until or (of place) up to:--as far as, for, in(-to), till, (even, un-)to, until, while. Compare μέχρι. - - greek
- G892 ἄχυρον - 892 ἄχυρον - ἌΧΥΡΟΝ - - áchyron - akh'-oo-ron - perhaps remotely from (to shed forth); chaff (as diffusive):--chaff. - Noun Neuter - greek
- G82 ἄδηλος - 82 ἄδηλος - ἌΔΗΛΟΣ - - ádēlos - ad'-ay-los - from Α (as a negative particle) and δῆλος; hidden, figuratively, indistinct:--appear not, uncertain. - Adjective - greek
- G94 ἄδικος - 94 ἄδικος - ἌΔΙΚΟΣ - - ádikos - ad'-ee-kos - from Α (as a negative particle) and δίκη; unjust; by extension wicked; by implication, treacherous; specially, heathen:--unjust, unrighteous. - Adjective - greek
- G97 ἄδολος - 97 ἄδολος - ἌΔΟΛΟΣ - - ádolos - ad'-ol-os - from Α (as a negative particle); and δόλος; undeceitful, i.e. (figuratively) unadulterated:--sincere. - Adjective - greek
- G13 Ἄγαβος - 13 Ἄγαβος - ἌΓΑΒΟΣ - - Ágabos - ag'-ab-os - of Hebrew origin (compare חָגָב); Agabus, an Israelite:--Agabus. - Proper Name Masculine - greek
- G22 ἄγαμος - 22 ἄγαμος - ἌΓΑΜΟΣ - - ágamos - ag'-am-os - from Α (as a negative particle) and γάμος; unmarried:--unmarried. - Adjective - greek
- G28 Ἄγαρ - 28 Ἄγαρ - ἌΓΑΡ - - Ágar - ag'-ar - of Hebrew origin (הָגָר); Hagar, the concubine of Abraham:--Hagar. - Proper Name Feminine - greek
- G33 ἄγε - 33 ἄγε - ἌΓΕ - - áge - ag'-eh - imperative of ἄγω; properly, lead, i.e. come on:--go to. - - greek
- G46 ἄγναφος - 46 ἄγναφος - ἌΓΝΑΦΟΣ - - ágnaphos - ag'-naf-os - from Α (as a negative particle) and the same as γναφεύς; properly, unfulled, i.e. (by implication) new (cloth):--new. - Adjective - greek
- G52 ἄγνοια - 52 ἄγνοια - ἌΓΝΟΙΑ - - ágnoia - ag'-noy-ah - from ἀγνοέω; ignorance (properly, the quality):--ignorance. - Noun Feminine - greek
- G57 ἄγνωστος - 57 ἄγνωστος - ἌΓΝΩΣΤΟΣ - - ágnōstos - ag'-noce-tos' - from Α (as negative particle) and γνωστός; unknown:--unknown. - Adjective - greek
- G71 ἄγω - 71 ἄγω - ἌΓΩ - - ágō - ag'-o - a primary verb; properly, to lead; by implication, to bring, drive, (reflexively) go, (specially) pass (time), or (figuratively) induce:--be, bring (forth), carry, (let) go, keep, lead away, be open. - Verb - greek
- G61 ἄγρα - 61 ἄγρα - ἌΓΡΑ - - ágra - ag'-rah - from ἄγω; (abstractly) a catching (of fish); also (concretely) a haul (of fish):--draught. - Noun Feminine - greek
- G66 ἄγριος - 66 ἄγριος - ἌΓΡΙΟΣ - - ágrios - ag'-ree-os - from ἀγρός; wild (as pertaining to the country), literally (natural) or figuratively (fierce):--wild, raging. - Adjective - greek
- G103 ᾄδω - 103 ᾄδω - ᾌΔΩ - - áidō - ad'-o - a primary verb; to sing:--sing. - Verb - greek
- G172 ἄκακος - 172 ἄκακος - ἌΚΑΚΟΣ - - ákakos - ak'-ak-os - from Α (as a negative particle) and κακός; not bad, i.e. (objectively) innocent or (subjectively) unsuspecting:--harmless, simple. - Adjective - greek
- G173 ἄκανθα - 173 ἄκανθα - ἌΚΑΝΘΑ - - ákantha - ak'-an-thah - probably from the same as ἀκμήν; a thorn:--thorn. - Noun Feminine - greek
- G175 ἄκαρπος - 175 ἄκαρπος - ἌΚΑΡΠΟΣ - - ákarpos - ak'-ar-pos - from Α (as a negative particle) and καρπός; barren (literally or figuratively):--without fruit, unfruitful. - Adjective - greek
- G210 ἄκων - 210 ἄκων - ἌΚΩΝ - - ákōn - ak'-ohn - from Α (as a negative particle) and ἑκών; unwilling:--against the will. - Adjective - greek
- Ezekiel 26 7:4 And mine eye shall not spare thee, neither will I have pity: but I will recompense thy ways upon thee, and thine abominations shall be in the midst of thee: and ye shall know that I am the LORD.
עַיִן חוּס חָמַל נָתַן דֶּרֶךְ תּוֹעֵבַה תָּוֶךְ יָדַע יְהֹוָה
- Galatians 48 3:22 But the scripture hath concluded all under sin, that the promise by faith of Jesus Christ might be given to them that believe.
ἈΛΛΆ ΓΡΑΦΉ ΣΥΓΚΛΕΊΩ ΠᾶΣ ὙΠΌ ἉΜΑΡΤΊΑ ἽΝΑ ἘΠΑΓΓΕΛΊΑ ἘΚ ΠΊΣΤΙΣ ἸΗΣΟῦΣ ΧΡΙΣΤΌΣ ΔΊΔΩΜΙ ΠΙΣΤΕΎΩ
- Psalms 19 137:1 By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion.
נָהָר בָּבֶל יָשַׁב בָּכָה זָכַר צִיּוֹן
- Ezra 15 8:1 These are now the chief of their fathers, and this is the genealogy of them that went up with me from Babylon, in the reign of Artaxerxes the king.
רֹאשׁ אָב יָחַשׂ עָלָה בָּבֶל מַלְכוּת אַרְתַּחְשַׁשְׁתָּא מֶלֶךְ
- Revelation 66 20:8 And shall go out to deceive the nations which are in the four quarters of the earth, Gog and Magog, to gather them together to battle: the number of whom is as the sand of the sea.
ΚΑΊ ἘΞΈΡΧΟΜΑΙ ΠΛΑΝΆΩ ἜΘΝΟΣ Ὁ ἘΝ ΤΈΣΣΑΡΕΣ ΓΩΝΊΑ Γῆ ΓΏΓ ΚΑΊ ΜΑΓΏΓ ΣΥΝΆΓΩ ΑὐΤΌΣ ΣΥΝΆΓΩ ΕἸΣ ΠΌΛΕΜΟΣ ἈΡΙΘΜΌΣ ὍΣ ὩΣ ἌΜΜΟΣ ΘΆΛΑΣΣΑ