Definitions for "Tabor"
Keywords:  drum, medieval, accompany, goum, tabret
A small drum used as an accompaniment to a pipe or fife, both being played by the same person.
To play on a tabor, or little drum.
a small drum with one head of soft calfskin
Fortified wagon train, often used in the open plains of the East by Polish and Cossack armies. Go back
Listed here because it appears in several places with different identities. 1. A mountain in Issachar & Zebulon [Josh 19:22; Judg 4:6,12,14; Judg 8:18; Ps 89:12; Jer 46:18; Hos 5:1] 2. A plain in Benjamin [1 Sa 10:3] 3. A Levitical city in Zebulon [1 Chr 6:77
Taxpayers Bill of Rights
Taxpayer's Bill of Rights - associated with Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution.
a proposed constitutional amendment to limit state government expenditures
Generally used in the flooring and coating industries. It is an abrasion test done to measure the hardiness of a finish. The tabor rating is based on the number of revolutions a sanding disk with a specified force or weight applied to it takes to penetrate the underlying material. A greater number of revolutions equals increased wear resistance.
Keywords:  lightly, strike, frequently
To strike lightly and frequently.
Keywords:  sound
To make (a sound) with a tabor.