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Definition of tarras

Tarras
Tarras Tar"ras, n. See Trass. [Obs.]
tarras
Trass Trass, n. [D. tras or Gr. trass, probably fr. It. terrazzo terrace. See Terrace.] (Geol.) A white to gray volcanic tufa, formed of decomposed trachytic cinders; -- sometimes used as a cement. Hence, a coarse sort of plaster or mortar, durable in water, and used to line cisterns and other reservoirs of water. [Formerly written also tarras, tarrace, terras.] Note: The Dutch trass is made by burning and grinding a soft grayish rock found on the lower Rhine.

Meaning of tarras from wikipedia

- Tarras is a small farming settlement in Central Otago, in the South Island of New Zealand. Tarras is on the slopes above the upper reaches of the Clutha...
- Tarra White (born Martina Mrakviová, 19 November 1987) is a Czech **** actress. White was born in Ostrava, Czechoslovakia. At the age of five...
- Dave Tarras: The King of Klezmer. Kfar Sava, Israel: Or-Tav Music Publications. ISBN 9789655050554. OCLC 670428922. Dave Tarras at AllMusic Dave Tarras discography...
- Tarras may refer to: Tarras, New Zealand Elisabeth Tarras-Wahlberg (born 1950) Walter Scott, Earl of Tarras (1644-1693), nobleman Dave Tarras (1895-1989)...
- tributary of the Catatumbo River Tarra River (Victoria) El Tarra, a muni****lity in Colombia Tharros, an ancient city in Sardinia Tarras, New Zealand...
- Tarras Water is a river in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. The name Tarras is of Brittonic origin. It is derived from the elements *tā-, with a root...
- Astrid Birgitta Elisabeth Tarras-Wahlberg (born von Engelhardt on September 15, 1950 in Kristianstad, Skåne County) was Press secretary to the Royal Court...
- Walter Scott, 1st Earl of Tarras (25 December 1644 – 9 April 1693) was a Scottish nobleman. Born Walter Scott of Highchesters, he married his kinswoman...
- (castrated male sheep) belonging to Bendigo Station, a sheep station near Tarras, New Zealand, who gained international fame in 2004, after he avoided being...
- The Tarra-Bulga National Park is a national park located in the south Gippsland region of eastern Victoria, Australia. The park is located 33 kilometres...
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