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sack·but

 (săk′bŭt′)
n.
A medieval instrument resembling the trombone.

[French saquebute, from Old French saqueboute : Old North French saquier, to pull; see saccade + Old French bouter, to push (of Germanic origin; see bhau- in Indo-European roots).]
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sackbut

(ˈsækˌbʌt)
n
(Instruments) a medieval form of trombone. Also called: sacbut or sagbut
[C16: from French saqueboute, from Old French saquer to pull + bouter to push; see butt3: used in the Bible (Daniel 3) as a mistranslation of Aramaic sabb'ka stringed instrument]
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sack•but

(ˈsækˌbʌt)

n.
a medieval form of the trombone.
[1495–1505; < Middle French saquebute, earlier saqueboute, saquebot(t)e orig., a kind of hooked lance, appar. with saque (it) pulls (see saccade)]
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Noun1.sackbut - a medieval musical instrument resembling a trombonesackbut - a medieval musical instrument resembling a trombone
trombone - a brass instrument consisting of a long tube whose length can be varied by a U-shaped slide
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Translations

sackbut

[ˈsækbʌt] N (Mus) → sacabuche m
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sackbut

n (Hist) → Posaune f
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References in periodicals archive ?
Renaissance d'une sacqueboute: du niusee an musicien.
l304-07, simply uses sacqueboute, a word that would become the French word for trombone more than a century later.