dhol

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From Hindi ढोल (ḍhol), from Sanskrit ढोल (ḍhola).[1][2]

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dhol (plural dhols)

  1. (music) A type of drum from India
    • 2017, Salman Rushdie, The Golden House, Jonathan Cape 2017, p. 106:
      On the TV news men in pink and saffron turbans are at the airport, jigging frantically to the music of dhols.

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dhol

  1. Lenited form of dol.