Some articles on tame, tames:
... Chakrapani) offers to free any state coming under his dominion whose ruler manages to tame a wild horse in his stable ... Despite trying very hard, he failed to tame the wild horse and imprisoned by the Sultan of Delhi ... The dauntless Desingu manages to tame the stallion and ride it, to the loud cheers of the huge audience ...
... Southern limit of the Rushall Canal where it meets the Tame Valley Canal grid reference SP030947 Salford Junction The Grand Union Canal and Tame Valley Canal meet the Birmingham and ... grid reference SP003898 Tame Valley Junction Western limit of the Tame Valley Canal where it meets the Walsall Canal grid reference SO976936 Wappenshall Junction The ...
... tame, dialectal Germ ... domāre "to tame", domitor "tamer", Gk ... dāmyáti "he is tame he tames", Rus ...
... off the Peak Forest Canal and the River Tame, was sold to John Stanley an ironmaster for an ironworks ... ("Bridge Eye Mill ") 72 ... Notes Bridge Eye is a loop in the River Tame ... Bowkers and Ball moved their business to the Tame Valley Mill, where they remained until 1996 ...
2007 RPG For Your Sake (きみのためのRPG, Kimi no tame no RPG?) Notes Released on PlayStation Portable ... Your Sake (君のためのRPG, Kimi no tame no RPG?) Notes Released on PlayStation Portable. 10, 2011 None None RPG For Your Sake (君のためのRPG, Kimi no tame no RPG?) Notes Released on PlayStation Portable ...
More definitions of "tame":
- (adj): Very docile.
Example: "Tame obedience"
- (adj): Flat and uninspiring.
- (adj): Brought from wildness into a domesticated state.
Example: "Tame animals"; "fields of tame blueberries"
- (verb): Overcome the wildness of; make docile and tractable.
Synonyms: domesticate, domesticize, domesticise, reclaim
- (verb): Make fit for cultivation, domestic life, and service to humans.
Famous quotes containing the word tame:
“A speckled cat and a tame hare
Eat at my hearthstone
And sleep there;
And both look up to me alone
For learning and defence
As I look up to Providence.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“I fancy it must be the quantity of animal food eaten by the English which renders their character insusceptible of civilisation. I suspect it is in their kitchens and not in their churches that their reformation must be worked, and that Missionaries of that description from [France] would avail more than those who should endeavor to tame them by precepts of religion or philosophy.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)
“To tame a tiger one has to know its nature.”