Tartars

Tartars (originally Tatars), a name of no precise ethnological signification, used in the 13th century to describe the Mongolic, Turkish, and other Asiatic hordes, who, under Genghis Khan (q.v.), were the terror of Eastern Europe, and now bestowed upon various tribes dwelling in Tartary, Siberia, and the Asiatic steppes.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Tarsus * Tartarus
Targums
Tarifa
Tarnopol
Tarnov
Tarpeian Rock
Tarquinius
Tarragona
Tarrytown
Tarshish
Tarsus
Tartars
Tartarus
Tartessus
Tartini, Giuseppe
Tartuffe
Tashkand
Tasman Sea
Tasmania
Tasso, Bernardo
Tasso, Torquato
Tatar

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