a card game dating probably from the Renaissance and still popular in central Europe, originally played with a special pack of 78 cards but now usually played with 32 cards of a regular pack together with 22 tarots.
noun 1. any of a set of 22 playing cards bearing allegorical representations, used for fortunetelling and as trump cards in tarok. noun 1. one of a special pack of cards, now used mainly for fortune-telling, consisting of 78 cards (4 suits of 14 cards each (the minor arcana), and 22 other cards (the major […]
noun, Informal. 1. tarpaulin. noun 1. (US & Austral, NZ) an informal word for tarpaulin noun acronym (in the US) 1. Troubled Assets Relief Program: a fund providing money to increase the liquidity of financial institutions Tarheel tarp tarpaulin
noun 1. a small, dun-colored wild horse chiefly of southern Russia, having a flowing mane and tail: extinct since the early 20th century but somewhat restored by selective breeding of mixed-breed domestic horses, and sustained in zoos. noun 1. a European wild horse, Equus caballus gomelini, common in prehistoric times but now extinct
noun 1. a heavy, tar-coated paper used as a waterproofing material in building construction.