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timbrel

timbrel

noun tim·brel \ˈtim-brəl\

Definition of TIMBREL

:  a small hand drum or tambourine
tim·brelled \-brəld\ adjective

Origin of TIMBREL

diminutive of obsolete English timbre small drum, tambourine, from Middle English, from Anglo-French, drum
First Known Use: circa 1520

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