pandero

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See also: panděro

Latin[edit]

Verb[edit]

panderō

  1. first-person singular future perfect active indicative of pandō

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Etymology[edit]

From at least early Medieval Latin pandōrium(piped instrument), after Pan, according to Isidore of Seville[1], from Ancient Greek Πάν(Pán). Writing in thirteenth century Iberira, Juan Gil de Zamora[2], closely following Isidore but altering the passage, describes it as an instrument similar to the tambourine.

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Noun[edit]

pandero m ‎(plural panderos)

  1. tambourine

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References[edit]

  1. ^ w:Isidore of Seville (7th C.) w:Etymologiae, III.xxi
  2. ^ w:es:Juan Gil de Zamora (13th C.) Ars Musica