noun, plural tam·bou·rins [tam-boo-rinz; French tahn-boo-ran] /ˈtæm bʊ rɪnz; French tɑ̃ bʊˈrɛ̃/.
Origin of tambourin
Examples from the Web for tambourin
It was Kreisler's Tambourin Chinois that the student played.Violin Mastery|Frederick H. Martens
After the winding was over, the songs and dances began to the music of a tambourin.Jasmin: Barber, Poet, Philanthropist|Samuel Smiles
She couldna haud a candle to her sister Phemie in tambourin' or in ginger-breid.Erchie|(AKA Hugh Foulis) Neil Munro
A troop of proud, joyous Vascons soon arrived, dancing a tambourin.Voltaire's Romances|Franois-Marie Arouet
The "Caf de l'Ermitage" is only a recollection, and the "Tambourin" has changed its name and title.Legends|August Strindberg