noun, plural Taos for 2.
a Tanoan language spoken in two villages in New Mexico.
a member of an American Indian people occupying a pueblo in New Mexico.
a town in N New Mexico: resort; art colony.
noun, (sometimes lowercase)
(in philosophical Taoism) that in virtue of which all things happen or exist.
the rational basis of human activity or conduct.
a universal, regarded as an ideal attained to a greater or lesser degree by those embodying it.
noun (in the philosophy of Taoism)
that in virtue of which all things happen or exist
the rational basis of human conduct
the course of life and its relation to eternal truth
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[dou de jing] /ˈdaʊ dɛ ˈdʒɪŋ/ noun 1. the philosophical book in verse supposedly written by Lao-tzu.
verb (used with object), tapped, tapping. 1. to strike with a light but audible blow or blows; hit with repeated, slight blows: He tapped the door twice. 2. to make, put, etc., by tapping: to tap a nail into a wall. 3. to strike (the fingers, a foot, a pencil, etc.) upon or against something, […]
noun, Usually, tapas. 1. (especially in Spain) a snack or appetizer, typically served with wine or beer. noun 1. the bark of the paper mulberry. 2. Also called tapa cloth. a cloth of the Pacific islands made by pounding this or similar barks flat and thin, used for clothing and floor covering. noun 1. the […]
noun, plural tapaderos. 1. tapadera.