Tym"bal (?), n. [F. timbale, Sp. timbal; cf. atabal; probably of Arabic origin. Cf. Atabal, Timbrel.]

A kind of kettledrum.

[Written also trimbal.]

A tymbal's sound were better than my voice. Prior.

 

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