Teck

Teck, a German principality, named after a castle which crowns an eminence called “The Teck,” in the Swabian Alb, 20 m. SE. of Stuttgart, conferred in 1868 on Duke Albert of Würtemberg's son, who in 1866 married the Princess Mary of Cambridge; their daughter, Princess May, became in 1893 the Duchess of York.

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

Teazle, Lady * Tees
Taylor, Sir Henry
Taylor, Isaac
Taylor, Jeremy
Taylor, John
Taylor, Tom
Taylor, William
Taylor, Zachary
Taylor Institute
Te Deum
Teazle, Lady
Teck
Tees
Tegner, Esaias
Tegucigalpa
Tehama
Teheran
Tehuantepec
Teignmouth
Teinds
Telamones
Tel-el-Kebir

Nearby

Teck in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable