Sackbut



noun
1.
a medieval form of the trombone.
2.
Bible. an ancient stringed musical instrument. Dan. 3.
noun
1.
a medieval form of trombone

(Chald. sabkha; Gr. sambuke), a Syrian stringed instrument resembling a harp (Dan. 3:5, 7, 10, 15); not the modern sackbut, which is a wind instrument.

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