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taboret

or tab·ou·ret

[ tab-er-it, tab-uh-ret, -rey ]
/ ˈtæb ər ɪt, ˌtæb əˈrɛt, -ˈreɪ /
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noun
a low seat without back or arms, for one person; stool.
a frame for embroidery.
a small, usually portable stand, cabinet, or chest of drawers, as for holding work supplies.
a small tabor.
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Origin of taboret

First recorded in 1650–60, taboret is from the French word tabouret literally, small drum. See tabor, -et
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British Dictionary definitions for taboret

taboret

tabouret

/ (ˈtæbərɪt) /

noun
a low stool, originally in the shape of a drum
a frame, usually round, for stretching out cloth while it is being embroidered
Also called: taborin, tabourin (ˈtæbərɪn) a small tabor

Word Origin for taboret

C17: from French tabouret, diminutive of tabor
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