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- n. Plural form of tintinnabulum.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of tintinnabulum.
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It was on being awoken in such manner and waiting to return back to sleep, she often wondered why she never heard the demure tintinnabula of the other Devadasis 'bells.
Further it may be inferred from the purposes for which they were used that the tintinnabula of which we read in the classics, must at least in some instances have betokened hand-bells of larger size.
Tot pariier pelves, tot tintinnabula dicas Pulfari. jam nemo tubas, nemo aera fatiget:
In £mbHa ejus circumquaqu& facies mala punica ceerulea, purpurea. y 'coccinea, et iriter ea tintinnabula aurea 34. "alterB. atim inter. ponito.