drum (large signal)

Semantic Field
culture
Part of Speech
Meaning Spanish
tambor, manguaré, maguaré (Colombia)
Meaning Portuguese
tambor

Languages

Language Orthographic Form Phonemicized Form Gloss as in Source Etymology Code Proto-Form Proto-Language Loan Source Etymology Notes Wanderwort Status Etyma Set Word Structure Word Structure Notes General Notes Source Created By
Yukuna kumu kumu loan - WW %kumu Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Ana Paula B., PLE
Resígaro koómó koómó loan - WW %kumu Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Ana Paula B.
Bora cuúmu-ba kʰɯ́ɯ́mɯ-pa loan - WW %kumu Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Leslie Smith, Sarah Kuntz, PLE
Muinane kɨ́ɨ́mɨ-ba kɨ́ɨ́mɨ-ba Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Leslie Smith, Sarah Kuntz, PLE
Northern Emberá thãmbóra (Sp: tambór) thãmbóra Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Jonathan Quintanilla, PLE
Cofán ccosha khoʃa phonemic transcriptions are ESTIMATIONS Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Daniel Valle
Andoke kú'de ('forest drum') kúʔde ('forest drum') unique Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Kelsey Neely, PLE
Ashuar túntui túntui Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Daniel Valle
Huambisa tuntui tuntui Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Daniel Valle
Aguaruna túntui túntui loan - WW %toto (onomatopoeic?) Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Daniel Valle
Dâw -- -- missing Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Ana Paula B., Pattie Epps
Matses acu, ten tencate aku, ten tenkate unknown Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Daniel Valle, Becky Walker
Yagua jamu richinu xãmu ritʃı̃nu unique Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Daniel Valle
Ocaina arón arṍ unique Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Leslie Smith, Sarah Kuntz
Nɨpode Witoto hú.aï-ɗïru {size not indicated} hú.aɯ-ɗɯru {size not indicated} Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Leslie Smith, Sarah Kuntz
Minica Witoto hú.aï {size not indicated} hú.aɯ {size not indicated} Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Leslie Smith, Sarah Kuntz
Murui Witoto juaɨ huaɯ (B83) inheritance/Witoto Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Leslie Smith, Sarah Kuntz, PLE
Wari tain tom (E&K97) tain tom (E&K97) tain tom (EK97) See Language page PLE
Cavineña komo-komo; bombo (generic drum; "bombo" is from Spanish) komo-komo; bombo Used to be used by Tukanoan peoples (and others?), sound carried for long distances See Language page Joyce McCormick, Becky Walker