timbrel


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tim·brel

 (tĭm′brəl)
n.
An ancient percussion instrument similar to a tambourine.

[Diminutive of Middle English timbre, drum, from Old French; see timbre.]

timbrel

(ˈtɪmbrəl)
n
(Instruments) chiefly Bible another word for tambourine
[C16: from Old French; see timbre]

tim•brel

(ˈtɪm brəl)

n.
a tambourine or similar instrument.
[1490–1500; earlier timbre drum (see timbre) + -el diminutive suffix]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.timbrel - small hand drum similar to a tambourinetimbrel - small hand drum similar to a tambourine; formerly carried by itinerant jugglers
drum, membranophone, tympan - a musical percussion instrument; usually consists of a hollow cylinder with a membrane stretched across each end
Translations

timbrel

[ˈtɪmbrəl] Npandereta f
References in classic literature ?
de Chagny that Erik imitated the roar of a lion on a long tabour or timbrel, with an ass's skin at one end.
Snagsby sounds no timbrel in anybody's ears, but holds her purpose quietly, and keeps her counsel.
First MOLOCH, horrid King besmear'd with blood Of human sacrifice, and parents tears, Though for the noyse of Drums and Timbrels loud Their childrens cries unheard, that past through fire To his grim Idol.
They heard, too, the pleasant mingled notes of a variety of instruments, flutes, drums, psalteries, pipes, tabors, and timbrels, and as they drew near they perceived that the trees of a leafy arcade that had been constructed at the entrance of the town were filled with lights unaffected by the wind, for the breeze at the time was so gentle that it had not power to stir the leaves on the trees.
She is well-pleased with the sound of rattles and of timbrels, with the voice of flutes and the outcry of wolves and bright-eyed lions, with echoing hills and wooded coombes.
Praise him with the timbrel and dance; Praise Him with stringed instruments and the pipe.
In Psalms 81:3 we read, Take up the melody and sound the timbrel, the sweet harp with the lyre.
This Wednesday's meeting will focus on preparing for Passover and how to make a family heirloom, a timbrel, to be used during a family Passover Seder or the Sisterhood's Women's Seder on April 5.
A rise in the Intracellular calcium ion level is potentially dangerous to the cell since increase in cytosolic calcium ion concentration could trigger off a cascade of events leading to both necrotic and apoptotic cell death via caspase-mediated activation of endonucleases, proteases and phospholipases (Klaassen, 2001; Timbrel, 2002; Boelsterli, 2003).
Praise Him with the timbrel and dance, praise Him with stringed instruments and the pipe.
The Old Testament speaks of bells,cymbals and timbrel (percussion); psaltery, sack but and dulcimer (strings); pipes,flute and horn (wind).
I like it, but I wish they'd scored it for cymbals, timbrel and harp.