tabor in AZ Dictionary
- (n) A small drum, usually having a snare, played by a fifer to come with the fife.
- (n) A small drum. In standard music, a small drum enjoyed an individual stick, leaving the gamer's other hand absolve to play a melody on a three-holed pipeline.
- (n) A military train of males and wagons; an encampment of such resources.
- (v) to produce (an audio) with a tabor.
- (v) to try out on a tabor, or little drum.
- (v) To strike gently and frequently.
- (v) In order to make (a sound) with a tabor.
- To play upon or as upon a tabor; drum.
- to conquer as a tabor; drum upon.
tabor in Community Dictionary
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- Rhyme for "tabor"
- Aber, Baber, Haber, Labor, Labour
- Hypernym for "tabor"
- tympan, membranophone, drum
- Cross Reference for "tabor"
- to hunt for hares with a tabor
- Form for "tabor"
- Same Context for "tabor"
- timbrel, flageolet, bodhran, tabret, bandera
- Variant for "tabor"