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Google previewEncyclopedia of the Blues (2005)

by Edward Komara

Like the banjo, the halam is a plucked lute of (four or) five strings, one of which vibrates openly as a drone string, and it is played in what American folk musicians call "frailing" or "claw-hammer" style, which the minstrel instruction books of the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Blues: A-J, index (2006)

by Edward M. Komara

Like the banjo, the halam is a plucked lute of (four or) five strings, one of which vibrates openly as a drone string, and it is played in what American folk musicians call 'Trailing" or "claw-hammer" style, which the minstrel instruction books of the ...

Google previewReplies (1879)

1009, Lammas day is called halam masse. Mass was a word for festival ; hence our way of naming the festivals of Christmas, Candlemas, Martinmas, &c. Instead, therefore, of Lammass quasi, Lamb masse, from the offering of the ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of North-East India: Tripura (2001)

by Hamlet Bareh

If either of the spouses demands separation, the traditional Halam council cpnsiders the case and penalises ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Peoples of the Southeast Asian Massif (2016)

by Jean Michaud, Margaret Byrne Swain, Meenaxi Barkataki-Ruscheweyh

HALAM. Originally from the Kuki-Chin group, the Kokborok-speaking Halam of Tripura are also known as Mila Kuki, though they are no longer Kuki in terms of language, culture, or living style. Bengshel, Dub, Kaipeng, Kalai, Karbong, Lengui, ...

Google previewA dictionary of Kashmiri proverbs, explained by J.H. Knowles (1885)

by Kashmiri proverbs, James Hinton Knowles

TehTci ruphyih neran halam chhih damn. Toshdn garah zan rush het di.

Google previewThe American history and encyclopedia of music ... (1908)

by George Whitfield Andrews, Edward Dickinson, Arthur Foote, Janet M. Green, Emil Liebling, Josephine Thrall

Cambreh — See halam. Cane Flute — Vertical Flute. Europe. A walking- stick, the lower part being solid. Belongs to the Eighteenth and the early Nineteenth Centuries. The upper part is bored in a manner similar to whistle flutes. Cane Violin ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Choctaw Language (1915)

by Cyrus Byington

ikhinsh halam, n., camphor; any fragrant medicine; an elixir. ikhinsh bota, n., medicine prepared in powder. ikhinsh bota ishkot hoita, n., tartar emetic. ikliiush Im t,, ishkot ikna, n., calomel.

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