Tabor meaning

tā'bər
A small drum, often having a snare, played by a fifer to accompany the fife.
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A small drum, formerly used by a pipe player to beat out his own rhythmic accompaniment.
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To beat on or as on a tabor.
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Mountain in N Israel, east of Nazareth: c. 1,900 ft (579 m)
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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.
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To make (a sound) with a tabor.
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To strike lightly and frequently.
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A military train of men and wagons; an encampment of such resources.
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Origin of tabor

Middle English tabur from Old French alteration of tambur tambour