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gamba

[ gahm-buh, gam- ]

gamba

/ ˈɡæmbə /

noun

  1. short for viola da gamba


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This family was practically represented by the Dulciana and by the old slow-speaking German Gamba.

Byron sent Dr. Bruno to their assistance, while he and Gamba followed as soon as their horses could be saddled.

Byron seems to have escaped from perils quite as great, though differing in nature, from those through which Gamba had passed.

Gamba tells us that their disputes on religious matters sometimes lasted five or six hours.

During these expeditions, says Gamba, who always accompanied him, he spoke often of his anxiety to begin the campaign.

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