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Today's word is tantara, spelled T-A-N-T-A-R-A.

Tantara is a noun that means the blare of a trumpet or horn. Here is the word used in a sentence from Sir Richard Burton's The Arabian Nights.

"… after restoring the tomb to its former condition, we returned to the palace. But hardly had we sat down ere we heard the … tantara of trumpets and clash of cymbals, and the rattling of war men's lances…."

The word tantara is a shortening of the Latin word taratantara, an onomatopoetic word that in ancient times evoked the terrible sound of the war-trumpet. When tantara entered English in the 16th century, the sound it evoked was a very merry one as in this line by Humphrey Gifford in 1580: "Tantara, tantara, the trumpets sound, / Which makes our hearte with joy abound." Today, tantara is sometimes used as a synonym of fanfare, a word for a short, lively sound of trumpets that may also be onomatopoetic in origin.

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[Homework]2015-02-09 How to Use a Word

Today's word is tantara, spelled TANTARA. Tantara is a noun that means the blare of a trumpet or horne. Here's the word used in a sentence from Serichbergens the Irabian Nights. After restoring the tune to its former condition we returned to the Palace but hardly had we set down and we heard the tantara of trumpets and clasial of symbols and the radling of women's lansors. The word tantara is a shortly of the Latin word taratantara and on armatic peic word that in aciant envoked the terrible sound of the war trumpet.

When tantara entered English in the 16th century, the sound it evoked was a very merry one as in this line by home from gift from 1580. Tantara, tantara the trumpet sound which makes our heart with joy abound. Today tantara is sometimes used as a synnim of fanfare a word for short lively sound of trumpet they may also be onomatpic in orgin.
I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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[Homework]2015-02-09 How to Use a Word

Today's word is tantara, spelled T-A-N-T-A-R-A. Tantara is a noun that means the blare of a trumpet or horn. It's a word used in a sentence from Swach of burdens the Irabian Nights. After restoring the tune to its former condition, we returned to the palace, but hardly had we sat down, we heared the tantara of trumpets and clash of symbols, and the raddling of women's lasses. The word tantara is a shortening of the latin word Taratantaro, an onomatopoeia word that in ancient times vocaled the terrible sound of the war trumping. When tantara entered English in the sixteenth century, the sound it vocaled was a very merry one, as in this line by hangfree gefort in 1580. Tantara, tantara, the trumpet sound which makes our heart with joy abound. Today tantara is sometimes used as a synonym of funfair, a word for short lively sound of trumpets that also be onomatopeic in origin. I am Peter ....                                                      
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