Definitions For Tass

Alternative forms

{{alter, en, tas}}

Etymology 1

Partly from Middle English tas, t=heap, from {{der, en, fro, tas, t=heap}}, from {{der, en, frk, tas, t=mass, pile}}; and partly from {{der, en, enm, taas, t=heap, mow of corn}}, from {{inh, en, ang, tas, t=heap, mow of grain}}; both from {{inh, en, gem-pro, *tasaz}}, *tassaz, t=heap, mow, stack, from {{der, en, ine-pro, *deh₂y-, t=to divide, split, section, part, separate}}. Related to {{cog, dum, tas}}, tasse, t=heap, pile, pos={{cog, nl, tas}}, {{cog, gml, tas, t=mow of hay or wheat}}, {{cog, got, 𐌿𐌽𐌲𐌰𐍄𐌰𐍃𐍃, t=disorganised, irregular}}; and possibly also to {{cog, goh, zetten, t=to straw, fertilise}}, {{cog, non, tað, t=spread dung}}. See tath.

Noun

{{en-noun, es}} (rare, or, obsolete) A heap, pile.

Etymology 2

From Middle English *tasse, from {{der, en, fro, tasse}} (Modern {{cog, fr, tasse, t=cup, cupful}}). Cognate with {{cog, nl, tas, t=cup}}, {{cog, de, Tasse, t=mug}}. {{doublet, en, tazza}}.

Noun

{{en-noun, es}} (dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) A cup or cupful.

Etymology 3

From Middle English tasse, tache, from {{der, en, fro, tasse}}, tasche ("purse; pouch"), from {{der, en, frk, taska, t=pouch}}, from {{der, en, gem-pro, *taskǭ}}, cognate with {{cog, goh, tasca, t=pouch}}, {{cog, de, Tasche, t=pocket; pouch}}.

Alternative forms

{{alter, en, tasse}}

Noun

{{en-noun, es}} {{synonym of, en, tasse}}

References

Etymology 4

From {{bor, en, hi}}.

Alternative forms

{{alter, en, tash}}

Noun

{{en-noun, ?}} An oriental silk fabric, with gold or silver thread.

Anagrams

SATs, asst., sats

Is Tass a Scrabble Word?

Words With Friends YES
Scrabble US YES
Scrabble UK YES
English International (SOWPODS) YES
Scrabble Global YES
Enable1 Dictionary YES

Points in Different Games

Scrabble
4
Words with Friends
4

The word Tass is worth 4 points in Scrabble and 4 points in Words with Friends

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