Tac Tac - Large black stinging ant
Tacte (tac-tay)- Over ripened fruit, close to spoiling, with black spots on it, e.g. Da mango tacte, doh eat it.
Tabanka - Love sick; feeling of loss when a relationship is over; e.g. She is havin' a tabanka.
Tankalanka - (Said in a teasing tone of voice) Trouble; e.g. Tankalanka! Yuh mudder will beat yuh for this.
Tanty - Aunt
Tatoo (Tatu) - Armadillo e.g. man, de dog dem pen de tattoo in ah hole dey http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armadillo Tea - Any hot drink - could be tea, coffee, or chocolate milk, etc. Three line - Cutlass, machete
Tihzic - Dazed and confused
Tight - Drunk
Titty-vay - To waste time or stir up trouble
Tobago love - Disguising one's feelings of attraction or love from the other person.
Tonneh!- (Patois) An exclamation of surprise
Too Bad - Meaning "very good"; e.g. He could play de violin too bad.
Too besides - Besides which
Too-tool-bay or Tootoolbay - Confused state; in a daze; also head over heels (in love); the euphoric feeling a persons gets when infatuated.
Tooroopchal - ( East Indian origin) Card game similar to All Fours - also called Hang King or Coat.
Tot tots - Female breasts
Touloum or Tooloom - A sweet made with molasses and coconut
Tourises - (Tobago slang) Tourists
Toute Baggai - (Patois) Everything; e.g. When he lef she he take toute baggai, includin' de fridge.
Tout'moon (Toute le monde) - (Patois) Everybody
Town - Another name for Port of Spain, e.g. Driver, yuh goin dong town?
Tringum - Chewing gum
Trinidad time - Because Trinis are noted for their lateness and lack of punctuality, this means "anytime"
T.T. - Trinidad and Tobago currency, as in "Does this cost $1.00 T.T. or $1.00 U.S.?"
Twenty four hours - A type of tree dwelling lizard