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TYL
Tylari
Tylarus
Tylenchidae
Tylenchus
Tylenchus tritici
Tylenol
Tyler
Tyloderma fragariae
tylopod
Tylopoda
Tyloses
Tylosis
Tylosurus or Belone longirostris
Tymp
Tympan
Tympan sheet
tympana
Tympanal
tympani
tympanic
tympanic bone
tympanic cavity
tympanic membrane
tympanic vein

Tymbal definitions

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

TYM'BAL, n. A kind of kettle drum.
A tymbal's sound were better than my voice.

Merriam Webster's

noun Etymology: alteration of timbal Date: 1929 the vibrating membrane in the shrilling organ of a cicada

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Tymbal 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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