The Collaborative International Dictionary
Taled \Ta"led\, n. (Jewish Antiq.)
A kind of quadrangular piece of cloth put on by the Jews when
repeating prayers in the synagogues.
Etymology 1 n. (dated form of tallit English) Etymology 2
vb. (en-past of tale English)
Usage examples of "taled".
Mahomet accepted his offer with transport, and Abu Taled was ironically exhorted to respect the superior dignity of his son.
Wolf was interested, too, issumed a stalking posture, ready to take out after them, but taled him to stay.