Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
tī-ping′, n. the name given by foreigners to one of the followers of Hung Hsiû-ch'wan (S'eiw-tseuen), who raised the standard of rebellion in China in 1851, and whose enterprise was finally suppressed in 1865 mainly through the vigour of Colonel Charles ('Chinese') Gordon, the hero of Khartoum.
The numerical value of T'âi-p'ing in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of T'âi-p'ing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of T'âi-p'ing in a Sentence
Just 30 solid years of just partying too f****ing hard.
I'm not going to pay for that f***ing wall. He should pay for it.
I told him it wasn’t f---ing funny. That it was a serious situation.
She's going to get a showcase, and it's going to be f --- ing amazing.
I feel like I won a contest, it’s so sick, it’s f --- ing lit Jimmy.
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