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Definition of Tintinnabulum

Tintinnabulum
Tintinnabulum Tin`tin*nab"u*lum, n.; pl. Tintinnabula. [L., a bell. See Tintinnabular.] A bell; also, a set or combination of bells or metal plates used as a musical instrument or as a toy.

Meaning of Tintinnabulum from wikipedia

- A tintinnabulum (roughly "little bell" in Medieval Latin) is a bell mounted on a pole, placed in a Roman Catholic basilica to signify the church's link...
- In ancient Rome, a tintinnabulum (less often tintinnum) was a wind chime or ****emblage of bells. A tintinnabulum often took the form of a bronze ithyphallic...
- aboard Delta flights). All tracks by Karl Jenkins "Adiemus" – 4:01 "Tintinnabulum" – 10:57 "Cantus Inaequalis" – 3:13 "Cantus Insolitus" – 5:35 "In Caelum...
- A tintinnabulum is a bell in a Roman Catholic Basilica. Tintinnabulum may also refer to: Tintinnabulum (Ancient Rome), a wind chime Tintinnabuli, a music...
- Mycena tintinnabulum is a European species of agaric fungus in the family Mycenaceae. The mycelium, but not the fruit body, is bioluminescent. List of...
- Megabal**** tintinnabulum is a species of large barnacle in the family Balanidae. It is the type species of the genus. The specific name comes from the...
- Dendropsophus tintinnabulum is a species of frog in the family Hylidae. It is endemic to Brazil and only known from its type locality along the Uaupés...
- called umbraculum, ombrellino, papilio, sinicchio, etc.) and the bell (tintinnabulum), which are carried side by side in procession at the head of the clergy...
- Tintinnabuli (singular. tintinnabulum; from the Latin tintinnabulum, "a bell") is a compositional style created by the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, introduced...
- broken chords. Roman wind chimes, usually made of bronze, were called tintinnabulum and were hung in gardens, courtyards, and porticoes where wind movement...
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