tâter

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See also: tater and Täter

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From Old French taster, from Vulgar Latin *tastō, contraction of *taxitō, frequentative of Latin taxō (touch repeatedly).

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tâter

  1. to feel (touch lightly, to sense consistency or temperature)
  2. to get a feel for

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