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<poem> ta'kun l-ha'ru, the New Year. ta'hun da'targ, next year. ta'hun d-hu'ln, last year. ta'hun la'lu, last year. ta'hun M-si'hi, the year of the Christian era, A. D. ber-ta-hun-ta'hun, for years, year after year. s-ta'hun la'ma-iya, for a year. m-na'hun, to stay a year in a place. tai'ko (B.) (Chin.), leprosy = Jcusta. ta'jak, m-na'jalt, a heavy cutting instrument with a long han- dle used for cutting down the weeds in an irrigated rice field ; to cut down weeds with this instrument. ta'.iam, sharp (of cutting instru- ments and of the intellect). Tcu'rary ta'jam, blunt. Cf. tumpol. ta' jam-lean, to sharpen. Cf. asah. ta'ji, the artificial spur used with fighting cocks. t'a'jub (Ar.), astonished. Cf. 'aja'ib. tak'dir (Ar.), ordained, decreed; the will or decrees of God. tak'dir-Tcan, to decree, appoint, predestinate. takh'ta (Ar.), throne. Cf. sirg- gasana. ta'kok, a notch. ta'kot, fear ; afraid, frightened ; to be afraid, fear. Cf. dah- shat and kjot. b-ri' ta'kot, to frighten. ta'ko-ti, to fear a person. p-na'lfot, a coward; shy (of horses). Tc-ta'lto-tan, afraid; fear, alann. tak sir (D.), to estimate, vain--. tak'sir (Ar.), negligent. tak'wim (Ar.), calendar, alma- nac. ta'lak (Ar.). divorce. Cf. chraL su'rat ta'lak, a bill of divorce. ta'Iam, a large metal tray. Cf- dulaiy. ta'li, string, cord, rope. ta'H b-sar', rope. ta'H b-si', wire rope. ta'li du'ga, sounding line. ta'li Tca"il, fishing line. ta'li Icarg', reins. ta'li ka'wat, wire rope. ta'li km'bar ti'ga, a threefold cord. ta'li li'u'lit, a strap, leather thong. ta'li le'hir, necklace. ta'li pirg'gaiy, waist-belt, gir- dle. Cf. salot. ta'li p-rot' , the intestines. ta'li p-rum', sounding line. ta'li pu'sat, umbelical cord. ta'li ra'mi, string made of rami, q.v. ta'li sa"uh, cable. ta'li t-ma'li, the cordage or rig- ging of a ship. lery'kar ta'li, to coil a rope. t'a'lok (Ar.), dependent upon,, subject to: a dependency, a State which is subject to> another. t'a'lolc-kan, to subjugate. ta-m'a' (Ar.), covetousness, ava- rice; to covet. Cf. loba. ta man, garden, flower garden. Cf. Tebun. tamasha, see tennasa. ta'mat (Ar.), end. conclusion. tam'bah, bcr-tam'bah (115), to- increase (in size or number)-