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tabret

[ tab-rit, tey-brit ]
/ ˈtæb rɪt, ˈteɪ brɪt /
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noun
a small tabor.
Obsolete. a person who plays upon this instrument.
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Origin of tabret

1350–1400; Middle English taberett, equivalent to taber (variant of tabor) + -ett-et
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