A flourish on a trumpet.
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Other Word Forms of Tucket
Origin of Tucket
Compare Italian tocchetto (“a ragout of fish, meat"), from tocco (“a bit, morsel"), Late Latin tucetum (“a thick gravy"), tuccetum (“a thick gravy").
Probably from obsolete tuk from Middle English from tukken to beat a drum tuck2
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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