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Noun: tara vine
  1. Climbing Asiatic vine having long finely serrate leaves and racemes of white flowers followed by greenish-yellow edible fruit
    - bower actinidia, Actinidia arguta
Interjection: ta-ra  tu'raa
Usage: UK, informal
  1. An informal farewell remark
    "We all stopped to say ta-ra before her flight left";
    - cheers [Brit, informal], chin-chin [Brit, informal], toodle-oo [informal], toodle-pip [Brit, informal], ta-ta [Brit, informal], bye [informal], goodbye, bye-bye [informal], good-bye [N. Amer], good-by [US], farewell, sayonara [US, informal], so long [informal], vale [archaic]
Noun: Tara  ta-ru or taa-ru
  1. A village in eastern Ireland (northwest of Dublin); seat of Irish kings until 6th century

Type of: town, vine

Part of: Actinidia, Eire, genus Actinidia, Ireland, Irish Republic, Republic of Ireland

Encyclopedia: Tara vine

Tara, Ontario