cascabel


cas·ca·bel

noun \ˈkas-kə-ˌbel\

Definition of CASCABEL

1
:  a projection behind the breech of a muzzle-loading cannon
2
:  a small hollow perforated spherical bell enclosing a loose pellet

Origin of CASCABEL

Spanish, literally, small bell
First Known Use: 1639

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