a toy musical instrument consisting of a small, open tube with a top hole covered by a membrane, as of paper, that vibrates to give a buzzing quality to tones hummed through the tube
Origin of kazooechoic
A simple musical instrument consisting of a metal or plastic tube with a single hole covered by a thin membrane that produces a buzzing sound when the player hums or sings into the mouthpiece.
Origin of kazooPerhaps imitative of its sound
(third-person singular simple present kazoos, present participle kazooing, simple past and past participle kazooed)
- to play the kazoo.