by Robert Burns
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      Tack, possession, lease.      Tacket, shoe-nail.      Tae, to.      Tae, toe.      Tae'd, toed.      Taed, toad.      Taen, taken.      Taet, small quantity.      Tairge, to target.      Tak, take.      Tald, told.      Tane, one in contrast to other.      Tangs, tongs.      Tap, top.      Tapetless, senseless.      Tapmost, topmost.      Tappet-hen, a crested hen-shaped bottle holding three quarts of        claret.      Tap-pickle, the grain at the top of the stalk.      Topsalteerie, topsy-turvy.      Targe, to examine.      Tarrow, to tarry; to be reluctant, to murmur; to weary.      Tassie, a goblet.      Tauk, talk.      Tauld, told.      Tawie, tractable.      Tawpie, a foolish woman.      Tawted, matted.      Teats, small quantities.      Teen, vexation.      Tell'd, told.      Temper-pin, a fiddle-peg; the regulating pin of the spinning-wheel.      Tent, heed.      Tent, to tend; to heed; to observe.      Tentie, watchful, careful, heedful.      Tentier, more watchful.      Tentless, careless.      Tester, an old silver coin about sixpence in value.      Teugh, tough.      Teuk, took.      Thack, thatch; thack and rape = the covering of a house, and so, home        necessities.      Thae, those.      Thairm, small guts; catgut (a fiddle-string).      Theckit, thatched.      Thegither, together.      Thick, v. pack an' thick.      Thieveless, forbidding, spiteful.      Thiggin, begging.      Thir, these.      Thirl'd, thrilled.      Thole, to endure; to suffer.      Thou'se, thou shalt.      Thowe, thaw.      Thowless, lazy, useless.      Thrang, busy; thronging in crowds.      Thrang, a throng.      Thrapple, the windpipe.      Thrave, twenty-four sheaves of corn.      Thraw, a twist.      Thraw, to twist; to turn; to thwart.      Thraws, throes.      Threap, maintain, argue.      Threesome, trio.      Thretteen, thirteen.      Thretty, thirty.      Thrissle, thistle.      Thristed, thirsted.      Through, mak to through = make good.      Throu'ther (through other), pell-mell.      Thummart, polecat.      Thy lane, alone.      Tight, girt, prepared.      Till, to.      Till't, to it.      Timmer, timber, material.      Tine, to lose; to be lost.      Tinkler, tinker.      Tint, lost      Tippence, twopence.      Tip, v. toop.      Tirl, to strip.      Tirl, to knock for entrance.      Tither, the other.      Tittlin, whispering.      Tocher, dowry.      Tocher, to give a dowry.      Tocher-gude, marriage portion.      Tod, the fox.      To-fa', the fall.      Toom, empty.      Toop, tup, ram.      Toss, the toast.      Toun, town; farm steading.      Tousie, shaggy.      Tout, blast.      Tow, flax, a rope.      Towmond, towmont, a twelvemonth.      Towsing, rumpling (equivocal).      Toyte, to totter.      Tozie, flushed with drink.      Trams, shafts.      Transmogrify, change.      Trashtrie, small trash.      Trews, trousers.      Trig, neat, trim.      Trinklin, flowing.      Trin'le, the wheel of a barrow.      Trogger, packman.      Troggin, wares.      Troke, to barter.      Trouse, trousers.      Trowth, in truth.      Trump, a jew's harp.      Tryste, a fair; a cattle-market.      Trysted, appointed.      Trysting, meeting.      Tulyie, tulzie, a squabble; a tussle.      Twa, two.      Twafauld, twofold, double.      Twal, twelve; the twal = twelve at night.      Twalpennie worth, a penny worth (English money).      Twang, twinge.      Twa-three, two or three.      Tway, two.      Twin, twine, to rob; to deprive; bereave.      Twistle, a twist; a sprain.      Tyke, a dog.      Tyne, v. tine.      Tysday, Tuesday.