also ta-ta, "good-bye," 1823, a word first recorded as infant's speech. Abbreviation T.T.F.N., "ta-ta for now," popularized 1941 by BBC radio program "ITMA," where it was the characteristic parting of the cockney cleaning woman character Mrs. Mopp, voiced by Dorothy Summers.
Chicago-based feminists Robyn Graves and Michelle Lytle ask on their website, The tata Top.
Then in 2008 along came the Indian group tata, based in Mumbai, which bought them from Ford for $2.3bn.
To get there tata poured capital into British plants and research and hired thousands of workers.
“tata,” as she calls him, was in control of all of the money she was earning from competitions, appearances, and photo ops.
For the blood and the hair belong to tata Dios, and you pull his hair and shed his blood.
tata, for father, is still in use among the lower classes in Rome.
Still, in spite of this truth and morality, I do not advise the reading of Toto chez tata in young ladies' seminaries.
My brother Louis is nine, my sister tata is six, and I am eleven.
Walter cast himself down, and bade old tata fan him; why should Mabel have it all to herself?
tata said something in a voice so low that her mother could not make it out.