Definition of Tympano

1. n. A kettledrum; -- chiefly used in the plural to denote the kettledrums of an orchestra. See Kettledrum.



Definition of Tympano

1. timpano [n -NI] - See also: timpano

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tympano

tympanicity
tympanics
tympanies
tympanism
tympanist
tympanists
tympanites
tympaniteses
tympanitic
tympanitic resonance
tympanitis
tympanize
tympanized
tympanizes
tympanizing
tympano (current term)
tympano-
tympanocentesis
tympanoeustachian
tympanohyal
tympanohyal bone
tympanohyals
tympanomalleal
tympanomandibular
tympanomastoid
tympanomastoid fissure
tympanomastoid suture
tympanomastoiditis
tympanomeatomastoidectomy
tympanometries

Literary usage of Tympano

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1. Essays and Essay-writing: Based on Atlantic Monthly Models by William Maddux Tanner (1918)
"... tympano As a boy I was fascinated by the orchestral kettle- drummer. We dare confess as weaknesses of childhood oddities which would stamp us, ..."

2. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1904)
"... the whale was lying, and the storms of the winter, it was not possible to secure more than the lower jaw, the teeth, and the tympano-petrous bones. ..."

3. The Marine Mammals in the Anatomical Museum of the University of Edinburgh by William Turner (1912)
"tympano-periotic bones, right, of the Dugong, No. 4 in Catalogue. The tympanic is an imperfect ring, the broad end of which is directed downwards, forwards, ..."

4. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1823)
"If his opinions on the tympano-cochlear membrane be just, it is easy to see, ... If the tympano-vestibular membrane be • Antonii Scarpa in ..."

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