Atabal

At'a·bal noun [ Spanish atabal , from Arabic at-tabl the drum, tabala to beat the drum. Confer Tymbal .] A kettledrum; a kind of tabor, used by the Moors. Croly.
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Atabal

• (n.) A kettledrum; a kind of tabor, used by the Moors.
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Atabal

The atabal is a cylindrical double-headed bass drum of the Basque region; it is wider than tall.
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Atabal

cylindrical double-headed bass drum of the Basque region; wider than tall.
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