or Bandar Lampung
city & port Indonesia in S Sumatra population 636,706
Etymology: Portuguese tanque, alteration of estanque, from estancar to stanch, perhaps from Vulgar Latin *stanticare — more at stanch
1. dialect pond, ...
a railroad car for transporting liquids or gases in bulk
a highly mobile lightly armored vehicle usually on a half-track or a tank chassis and mounting a cannon
a one-piece bathing suit with usually wide shoulder straps
a sleeveless collarless shirt with usually wide shoulder straps and no front opening
Etymology: from the fact that trains stopped at such towns only to take on water
a small town
Date: circa 1877
an unrhymed Japanese verse form of five lines containing five, seven, five, seven, and seven syllables respectively; also a poem in ...
a. the aggregate of tanks required for a purpose
b. the capacity or contents of a tank
2. dried animal residues usually freed from the fat and ...
Etymology: Middle English
Date: 14th century
a tall one-handled drinking vessel; especially a silver or pewter mug with a lid
slang drunk 1a — often used with up
a. a cargo ship fitted with tanks for carrying liquid in bulk
b. a vehicle on which a tank is mounted to carry fluids; also a cargo airplane for ...
Etymology: blend of tank (top) and bikini
a woman's two-piece swimsuit consisting of bikini briefs and a tank top
island SW Pacific in Vanuatu population 19,825
the act, process, or result of tanning
Etymology: French, from tannin
a compound of a tannin
Date: before 12th century
1. one that tans hides
2. one who acquires or seeks to acquire a suntan
Etymology: origin unknown
Date: circa 1811
Etymology: probably from New Latin tanneri, specific epithet of Chionoecetes tanneri, from Zera L. Tanner died 1906 American naval officer
any of several ...
a place where tanning is carried on
Etymology: French tannique, from tannin
1. of, resembling, or derived from tan or a tannin
2. of wine containing an abundance of tannins ; markedly ...
Etymology: French, from tanner to tan
1. any of various soluble astringent complex phenolic substances of plant origin used especially in tanning leather and ...
Date: 15th century
1. the art or process by which a skin is tanned
2. a browning of the skin especially by exposure to sun
3. a sound spanking
4. a natural ...
Etymology: Tano, a group of former pueblos in New Mexico
a family of American Indian languages spoken in New Mexico and Arizona
• Tanoan adjective