Termo

Tibetano:

ཅང་ཏེའུ , ཐོད་པའི་ད་མ་རུ

cang te'u , thod pa'i da ma ru

pequeno tambor , ḍamaru de crânio

 Atenção: provisório – em revisão 

Sânscrito:

डमरु

ḍamaru

pequeno tambor

Português:

ḍamaru

Pequeno tambor com duas caixas de ressonância feitas de calotes cranianas.

Inglês:

ḍamaru, small skull drum

Small doublesided drum made of two skull-tops. [WOMPT, 1998]

A small hand-drum consisting of two bowl-shaped drums fixed back to back, with a double thong acting as the beater when the drum is twisted rapidly back and forth. Damarus are sometimes constructed from the tops of two skulls and therefore described as “skull-drums.” [TLWF, 2011] [GWPT, 2004]

A small ritual drum. [LLB, 2002]

A small ritual drum, traditionally made from the tops of two skulls fastened back-to-back [WL, 2012]

Espanhol:

ḍamaru

Pequeño tambor ritual hecho con dos bóvedas craneales.

Francês:

tambourin de crânes, Damaru, Petit tambour fait de crânes

Petit tambour à deux faces dont chacune est constituée d’une calotte crânienne sur laquelle une peau est tendue. [M, 2003]

petit tambour à deux faces fait de deux calottes crâniennes sur lesquelles est tendue une peau. [CGP, 1997]

Italiano:

ḍamaru

Un piccolo tamburo con due calotte craniche a mo' di casse di risonanza.