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tacspagetti

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a meal combining tacos and spaghetti
    Example Sentence: Would you like some of my tacspagetti?
    Submitted by: Jeffrey from Utah, U.S.A. on 11/17/2008 11:58

tacwich

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a sandwich made with taco filling
    Example Sentence: He ate a tacwich for lunch.
    Submitted by: Jake from Iowa, USA on 10/30/2009 11:55

tadanshoe

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: extra shiny tap dancing shoes
    Word History: I love tap dancing and jazz! I have shiny tap shoes!
    Example Sentence: You have nice tadanshoes!
    Submitted by: Nina from NJ on 09/06/2007 04:58

taddle

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: an amount even less than a tad bit
    Example Sentence: I only liked it a tiny taddle.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from USA on 02/25/2013 02:52

tadizzlez

  1. Function: interjection
    Definition: used as a farewell or good-bye remark
    Example Sentence: Well, I've got to go. Tadizzlez!
    Submitted by: 3riin from Kansas on 11/29/2007 03:49

Tae Kwon Do

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: the only way of life: Korean martial art
    Word History: It was developed in China.
    Example Sentence: Everyone loves Tae Kwon Do.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from Florida, U.S.A. on 09/24/2007 04:05

taeep

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to talk while you sleep
    Example Sentence: The boy likes to taeep a lot.
    Submitted by: Shreyas from Georgia, USA on 12/11/2008 04:39

taflabble

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: very flexible
    Example Sentence: The taflabble doll did a split.
    Submitted by: Faddison from PA, USA on 11/07/2011 12:52

taglet

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: the tip of the very tip of a shoelace
    Example Sentence: My taglets are all frayed and dirty.
    Submitted by: Alair from CA, USA on 07/07/2009 03:36

Taglish

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: It is a mixed verbalization of Tagalog and English languages.
    Word History: Filipinos developed the habit of speaking in English and inserting in some Tagalog words when they run out of English words to express themselves. Sometimes they take part of the Tagalog word and join it with a part of an English word.
    Example Sentence: I need to go to the takubeach. The Taglish word is "takubeach." "Taku" is from the word "kubeta" said backwards and means toilet; it's joined with the English word "beach."
    Submitted by: Anonymous from NY, USA on 09/11/2007 11:36