Tendon Achilles

Tendon Achilles, name given to the tendon of the leg above the heel, so called as being the tendon by which Thetis held Achilles when she dipped him in the Styx, and where alone he was in consequence vulnerable.

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

Tencin, Madame de * Tenedos
Temesvar
Tempe, Vale of
Templars
Temple, Frederick
Temple, Sir William
Temple, The
Temple Bar
Tenasserim
Tenby
Tencin, Madame de
Tendon Achilles
Tenedos
Tenerife
Teniers, David
Tennant, William
Tennemann, W. Gottlieb
Tennessee
Tenniel, John
Tennyson, Alfred, Lord
Tenterden
Tenterden, Lord