A Dictionary of the English Language
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~ T ~

T, A consonant, which, at the beginning and end of words, has always the same sound nearly approaching to the d; but before an i, when followed by a vowel, has the sound of an obscure s: as, nation, salvation, except when s precedes t: as, Christian, question.