Definition of Timpano

1. n. See Tympano.



Definition of Timpano

1. a kettledrum [n -NI] - See also: kettledrum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Timpano

timorsome
timothies
timothy
timothy-hay bacillus
timourous
timourously
timourousness
timous
timously
timpana
timpani
timpanis
timpanist
timpanists
timpano (current term)
timpanum
timpanums
timple
timples
timps
timucu
tin
tin-113
tin-foil hat
tin-foil hats
tin-opener
tin-plate
tin-plated
tin-plates

Literary usage of Timpano

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1. London Society edited by James Hogg, Florence Marryat (1872)
"Put it all into the hands of timpano, you know, who teaches the Princesses, and is really ... One of the sweet things that timpano teaches his young ladies. ..."

2. Neuman and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages by Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti (1842)
"(Arch.) timpano, vacio que hay entre el cerramiento del frontis y su cornisa ... timpano. 3. Timp«. no, especio de rueda. TY'MPANY, í. ..."

3. Alessandro Scarlatti: His Life and Works by Edward Joseph Dent (1905)
"timpano delle Trombe marine. after which the strings effect modulations to the dominant and the relative minor, ending with a few bars of coda in a brisker ..."

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