tabor

IPA: tˈeɪbɝ

noun

  • A small drum.
  • In traditional music, a small drum played with a single stick, leaving the player's other hand free to play a melody on a three-holed pipe.
  • A military train of men and wagons; an encampment of such resources.
  • A place name:
  • Tábor (a city in the Czech Republic)
  • A city in Slovenia
  • A village in Masovian Voivodeship, Poland.
  • A locality in the Shire of Southern Grampians, Victoria, Australia, named after Tábor in Bohemia.
  • A number of places in the United States:
  • An unincorporated community in DeWitt County, Illinois.
  • A minor city in Fremont County and Mills County, Iowa.
  • A township and unincorporated community therein, in Polk County, Minnesota, derived from Tábor.
  • A town in Bon Homme County, South Dakota, from Tábor.
  • A surname.
  • A mountain in Israel, Mount Tabor
  • (Christianity, metonymically) The Transfiguration of Jesus

verb

  • (transitive) To make (a sound) with a tabor.
  • To strike lightly and frequently.

Examples of "tabor" in Sentences

  • Play it safe and leave Tabor out.
  • Tabor is primarily a boarding school.
  • The tabor is beaten on the snare side.
  • This is backed by the reference to Tabor.
  • They agreed to meet in Tabor that summer.
  • Samuel Tabor is very important in this world.
  • Tabor is a town and a municipality in Slovenia.
  • Tabor gravitates towards the village of Dornberk.
  • Tabor is a suburb of the city of Maribor in Slovenia.
  • The military instruments of the pipe and tabor, Gubbio studiolo.
  • Tabor did not concede the election to Nussle until the day after the election.
  • The pipes and tabor, instruments devised for this mode of agitation, are depicted in both studioli.
  • His musicians played for us while we ate, and when the meal had been cleared away and the table removed, we danced to the sound of lute and pipe and tabor.
  • “So that particular show we experimented with all kinds of things, I brought a harmonium, there was a tabor daoul, oud of course, sitar, it was just an array of different instruments,” he added.
  • It is also fitting that the pipe and tabor — instruments played during military marching — are placed alongside the candied fruit as a reminder of Guidobaldo's worldly responsibilities as a condottiere. back

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