Definition of Tabour. Meaning of Tabour. Synonyms of Tabour

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Definition of Tabour

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Tabor Ta"bor, n. [OF. tabor, tabour, F. tambour; cf. Pr. tabor, tanbor, Sp. & Pg. tambor, atambor, It. tamburo; all fr. Ar. & Per. tamb?r a kind of lute, or giutar, or Per. tab[=i]r a drum. Cf. Tabouret, Tambour.] (Mus.) A small drum used as an accompaniment to a pipe or fife, both being played by the same person. [Written also tabour, and taber.]
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Tabor Ta"bor, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Tabored; p. pr. & vb. n. Taboring.] [Cf. OF. taborer.] [Written also tabour.] 1. To play on a tabor, or little drum. 2. To strike lightly and frequently.
Tabour
Tabour Ta"bour, n. & v. See Tabor.

Meaning of Tabour from wikipedia

- landed in the ship and the men fished to sustain themselves. On March 20 the Tabour, an American ship Captained by Cornelius Sole, rescued the men of the Inawaka-maru...
- name is derived from its resemblance to a drum (diminutive of Old French tabour). The tabouret acquired a more specialized meaning in 17th-century France...
- Democratic 1992 In****bent re-elected. Y Bobby Rush (Democratic) 84.1% Jason Tabour (Republican) 15.9% Illinois 2 D+35 Jesse Jackson Jr. Democratic 1995 In****bent...
- Election, 2006 Party Candidate Votes % Democratic Bobby L. Rush (in****bent) 146,623 84.06 Republican Jason E. Tabour 27,804 15.94 Total votes 174,427 100.0...
- serves as source of butter, pepper and cereals which are exported to Debre Tabour and Worota. In addition, some part of the po****tion depends on traditional...
- Rahonem (c. 2500 B.C.) was the director of the female singers and tabour (drum) players in her temple. Throughout Egyptian history, women parti****ted...
- which is from French tambour = "drum" (14th century), which is from French tabour = "drum" (13th century), which is from French tabor | tabur = "military...
- Tabor Etymology: Middle English tabur, from Welsh Tabwrdd and Old French tabour/tabur, alteration of tambur. See tambour. Taffeta Etymology: from Persian...
- English-language cover art for The Queue Author Basma Abdel Aziz Original title Al-Tabour Translator Elisabeth Jaquette Country Egypt Language Arabic Genre Satire;...
- شراب(syrup)) soude الصودا (Soda) souk سوق sucre سكر sultan سلطان tabouret : تبوﺮ (tabour) taffetas : التفتة taffeta talc : طلق (ṭalq) talisman : طلسم (ṭilasm) tare :...
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