Type: Term Pronunciation: tū′bă, too′bē Synonyms: tube
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[disambiguation] A tuba is a musical instrument that plays notes in the bass clef. Tuba or TUBA can also denote: ...
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The tuba is a valved brass musical instrument with a conical tube and low pitch. It was originally derived from the saxhorn and is used in the symphony orchestra as well as the military band.
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The fermented juice of the coconut palm flower
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Tuba is Latin for tube
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(networking, protocol) An Internet protocol, described in RFC 1347, RFC 1526 and RFC 1561, and based on the OSI Connectionless Network Protocol (CNLP). TUBA is one of the proposals for Internet Protocol Version 6. (1995-04-03)
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The tuba is the largest and lowest-pitched brass instrument. Sound is produced by vibrating or "buzzing" the lips into a large cupped mouthpiece. It is one of the most recent additions to the modern symphony orchestra, first appearing in the mid-19th century, when it largely replaced the ophicleide...
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tuba (tOO'bu) [Lat.,=trumpet], valved brass wind musical instrument of wide conical bore. The term tuba is applied rather loosely to any low-pitched brass instrument other than the trombone; such instruments vary in size, and are known by various names. The contrabass tuba, which is most common,...
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Member of a family of large brass instruments with a conical bore, deep cup-shaped mouthpiece, widely flaring bell, and three to six valves, producing a deep, mellow tone. Tubas were introduced around 1830 as the bass members of the orchestra brass section and the brass band. Despite their size a......
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[given name] Tuba or Tuğba (also transliterated as Toba, Tooba, or Touba; طُوبَىٰ, Ṭūbā, lit. "blessedness") is a female given name of Arabic origin common in Turkey. It derives from the ṭūbā tree that Muslims believe grows in heaven. The name is a modern Arabic borrowing int...
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1) 'tubby' musical instrument 2) A trumpet sounded during war battles by the romans 3) Band instrument 4) Band member 5) Band's big brass 6) Bass 7) Bass brass 8) Bass horn 9) Bass line provider 10) Big blow for a band? 11)...
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