An universal etymological English dictionary

An universal etymological English dictionary

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TAT-TOO [q. d. taptAli\ the Beat of Drum at Night, for Soldiers to repair to their Quarters in a Garrison, or to their Tents in a ... TAXa#39;ERS [taxatvret, L-] two Offices chosen annually in the University of Cambridge, to look after the true Gige of all Weights and Measures. TEA, a known Liquor made of the Leaves of a Chinese Shrub.


Title:An universal etymological English dictionary
Author:Nathan Bailey
Publisher: - 1737
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