|Tate||community in N Rutherford County on Second Broad River.|
|Tate Branch||rises in NE Clay County and flows NE into Nantahala River.|
|Tate Gap||E Clay County between the headwaters of Passmore Branch and Fishprong Branch.|
|Tate's Knob||a small, sharp-top mountain in NE Caldwell County. Named for Andrew Tate, eighteenth-century settler.|
|Tater Hill||in S Macon County between Poplar Cove and Rocky Knob.|
|Tater Hill||in S Macon County between Rattlesnake Ridge and Licklog Gap.|
|Tater Hill||peak in N Watauga County on Rich Mountain approx. ¾ mi. S of Rich Mountain Bald. Also known in recent years as Potato Hill. Named because it resembles a large storage hill for potatoes. Alt. 5,194.|
|Tater Hill Lake||See Potato Hill Lake.|
|Tater Top Mountain||in Morrow Mountain State Park, E Stanly County.|
|Tatham Creek||rises in NE Cherokee County and flows NW through Andrews into Valley River.|
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