an ancient city of Etruria, in central Italy, NW of Rome: present-day Tarquinia on site.
noun 1. (Lucius Tarquinius Priscus) died 578 b.c, king of Rome 616–578. 2. (Lucius Tarquinius Superbus”the Proud”) died 498 b.c, king of Rome 534–510.
noun 1. taradiddle. noun, Informal. 1. a small lie; fib. 2. pretentious nonsense. noun 1. a trifling lie 2. nonsense; twaddle noun 1. another spelling of tarradiddle
noun 1. an Old World plant, Artemisia dracunculus, having aromatic leaves used for seasoning. 2. the leaves themselves. noun 1. an aromatic perennial plant, Artemisia dracunculus, of the Old World, having whitish flowers and small toothed leaves, which are used as seasoning: family Asteraceae (composites) 2. the leaves of this plant
noun 1. a city in Catalonia, NE Spain, on the Mediterranean Sea. noun 1. a port in NE Spain, on the Mediterranean: one of the richest seaports of the Roman Empire; destroyed by the Moors (714). Pop: 121 076 (2003 est) Latin name Tarraco (təˈrɑːkəʊ)