Tatar

Tatar, a word derived from a Turanian root signifying “to pitch a tent,” hence appropriate to nomadic tribes, became converted by European chroniclers into Tartar, a fanciful derivative from Tartaros (Gr. hell), and suggestive of fiends from hell. Tartary, as a geographical expression of the Middle Ages, embraced a vast stretch of territory from the Dnieper, in Eastern Europe, to the Sea of Japan; but subsequently dwindled away to Chinese and Western Turkestan.

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

Tasso, Torquato * Tate, Nahum
Tartars
Tartarus
Tartessus
Tartini, Giuseppe
Tartuffe
Tashkand
Tasman Sea
Tasmania
Tasso, Bernardo
Tasso, Torquato
Tatar
Tate, Nahum
Tatius, Achilles
Tattersall's
Tattooing
Tau, Cross of
Tauchnitz, Karl Cristoph Traugott
Tauler, Johann
Taunton
Taurida
Taurus