Meaning and Origin
What does the name Tabor mean? Keep reading to find the user submitted meanings, dictionary definitions, and more.
User Submitted Origins
User Submitted Meanings
- A submission from Kansas, U.S. says the name Tabor means "The almighty and courageous, a true miracle".
Etymology: OF. tabor tabour, F. tambour; cf. Pr. tabor tanbor, Sp. & Pg. tambor atambor, It. tamburo; all fr. Ar. & Per. tamb�r a kind of lute, or giutar, or Per. tabīr a drum. Cf. Tabouret Tambour
- To play on a tabor, or little drum.
- To strike lightly and frequently.
Etymology: Cf. OF. taborer
- A small drum with one head of soft calfskin
From Old French tabour.
- A small drum. In traditional music, a small drum played with a single stick, leaving the player's other hand free to play a melody on a three-holed pipe.
From various Slavic languages, from Turkish.
- A military train of men and wagons; an encampment of such resources.
tabor was also found in the following language(s): Old French, Polish, and Serbo-Croatian