Definition of Tabued

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of tabooed) ¹



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Definition of Tabued

1. tabu [v] - See also: tabu

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tabued

tabouret
tabourets
tabourin
tabouring
tabourins
tabours
tabrere
tabreres
tabret
tabrets
tabs
tabtoxin
tabtoxins
tabu
tabu search
tabued (current term)
tabuing
tabula
tabula rasa
tabulable
tabulae
tabulae rasae
tabular
tabular array
tabular matter
tabularise
tabularization
tabularize
tabularized
tabularizes

Literary usage of Tabued

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1. The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises, & Other by William Evans, Thomas Evans, Edith R. Hall (1843)
"This morning the circumstance ol the vessel being 'tabued,' was fully ascertained to be enforced with a view to exclude the natives from a share in the ..."

2. Journal of Voyages and Travels by the Rev. Daniel Tyerman and George Bennet by Daniel Tyerman, George Bennet, London Missionary Society (1832)
"... in the name of his Britannic Majesty—Anecdotes of Cruelty—Conversation with the King—tabued ... tabued ..."

3. Journal of Voyages and Travels by the Rev. Daniel Tyerman and George Bennet by Daniel Tyerman, George Bennet, London Missionary Society (1832)
"... Supper—tabued Trees. Sept. 26. AFTER bringing some of our packages on shore, Captain Stavers, having learned that there was better anchorage in Wilks's ..."

4. Sociology Based Upon Ethnography by Charles Jean Marie Letourneau, Henry Merivale Trollope (1893)
"48J leaves were tabued for fishing purposes when the fish ... In New Zealand an iron pot of European origin was declared tabued, and therefore all cooked ..."

5. The Folk-lore Record by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1881)
"His name was Ching, and that it might be for ever held sacred he commanded that the syllable ching should be tabued. Hence the change referred to. ..."

6. Hawaiian Antiquities (Moolelo Hawaii) by David Malo (1903)
"The articles also that were tabued by one god were different from those ... The god of one fisherman tabued everything that was black, and that fisherman ..."

7. Curiosities of Savage Life by James Greenwood (1865)
""When the fish of a. certain part are tabued, a small pole is fixed in the ... A cocoa-nut leaf is tied to the stem of the tree when the fruit is tabued. ..."

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