Taos

[tous]
noun, plural Taos for 2.
1.
a Tanoan language spoken in two villages in New Mexico.
2.
a member of an American Indian people occupying a pueblo in New Mexico.
3.
a town in N New Mexico: resort; art colony.
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Tao

[dou, tou]
noun (sometimes lowercase)
1.
(in philosophical Taoism) that in virtue of which all things happen or exist.
2.
the rational basis of human activity or conduct.
3.
a universal, regarded as an ideal attained to a greater or lesser degree by those embodying it.

Origin:
< Chinese (Wade-Giles) Tao4, (pinyin) dào literally, way

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Tao (taʊ)
 
n
1.  that in virtue of which all things happen or exist
2.  the rational basis of human conduct
3.  the course of life and its relation to eternal truth
 
[Chinese, literally: path, way]

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tao
1736, from Chinese tao "way, path, right way (of life), reason."
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The days of the week in the language of taos pueblo, new mexico.
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