timbre - Dictionary definition and meaning for word timbre
Timbre reminds us of timber or wood. Also most of our traditional musical instruments are made of wood.In cricket when a batsman gets bowled , it hits the timber and produces a distinguised quality sound called "timbre".
Timeberlake.... remember JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE.. his voice is very different from other singers
Timbre and Tenor are somewhat similar in sound. Timbre refers to the characteristic quality of the sound of a voice or instrument, whereas Tenor is a quality of voice.
TIMBERland- its realated to music..this is enough to remmber the word during analogies and rc's!