Bugler
Bugler \Bu"gler\, n. One who plays on a bugle. [1913 Webster]

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  • bugler — [bygle] v. intr. ÉTYM. 1873; de 1. bugle. ❖ ♦ Rare. Produire un son qui ressemble à celui du bugle. ⇒ aussi Beugler, corner. 0 J entends le vent du nord Qui bugle comme un cor C est l hallali des trépassés …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • bugler — Bugler, act. acut. Qu on {{o=Quon}} dit aussi Mugler, c est quand les beufs et vaches crient, dont viennent ces mots Buglement, et Muglement, par la mesme analogie que de Hurler, qui est propre aux loups, et aux chiens, vient Hurlement. Mugire,… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Bugler — Recorded as Buglar and Bugler, this is a rare and unusual surname. It does not seem to be recorded in any of the dictionaries of surnames or English medieval published records. This is not perhaps surprising as the earliest surname recordings are …   Surnames reference

  • bugler — [[t]bju͟ːglə(r)[/t]] buglers N COUNT A bugler is someone who plays the bugle …   English dictionary

  • bugler — bugle ► NOUN ▪ a brass instrument like a small trumpet, traditionally used for military signals. ► VERB ▪ sound a bugle. DERIVATIVES bugler noun. ORIGIN Latin buculus little ox , from bos ox : the horn of an ox was used to give signals …   English terms dictionary

  • bugler — noun Date: 1799 a person who sounds a bugle …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bugler — See bugle1. * * * …   Universalium

  • bugler — noun Someone who plays the bugle …   Wiktionary

  • Bügler — Büg|ler, der; s, : 1. jmd., der berufsmäßig die Tätigkeit des Bügelns ausübt. 2. (ugs.) Bügelmaschine. * * * Büg|ler, der; s, : vgl. ↑Büglerin …   Universal-Lexikon

  • bugler — bu·gler || bjuːglÉ™(r) n. bugle blower, one who plays a bugle …   English contemporary dictionary

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