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tan·ta·ra

 (tăn-tăr′ə, -tär′ə)
n.
1.
a. A trumpet or horn fanfare.
b. A sound resembling such a fanfare.
2. A hunting cry.

[Imitative.]
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tantara

(ˈtæntərə; tænˈtɑːrə)
n
(Music, other) a blast, as on a trumpet or horn
[C16: from Latin taratantara, imitative of the sound of the tuba]
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tan•ta•ra

(ˈtæn tər ə, tænˈtær ə, -ˈtɑr ə)

n., pl. -ras.
a blast of a trumpet or horn.
[1530–40; imitative; compare Latin taratantara]
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tantara

- Fanfare on a trumpet or horn.
See also related terms for horn.
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