There are 2 translations of trumpet in Spanish:

trumpet1

Pronunciation: /ˈtrʌmpət; ˈtrʌmpɪt/

n

  • 1 1.1 (instrument) trompeta (feminine) blow2 1 2
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    • Nor is it all normal trumpets: this CD boasts piccolo trumpets, bass trumpets, cornets and flugelhorns, as well as a smattering of percussion.
    • Flutes, saxophones, clarinets, trumpets and bassoons share the spotlight and take frequent solos that, like the vocals, often ramble aimlessly.
    • I play a number of different instruments including guitar, trumpet, flute and saxophone, but my main interest is composing.
    1.2 (player) trompeta (mf), trompetista (mf)
  • 2 (of flower) campana (feminine)
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    • In no time at all, as we descended into damper riverside places, there were daffodils trumpets nearly fully formed and fit for a photo.
    • If you want something a little different, try Digitalis Parviflora with its rust coloured flowers on upright stems, or Digitalis Ferringinea with its small trumpets of coppery-yellow flower.
    • Close up, though, it looked like the trumpets of daffodils, which made them the most spring-like thing I saw all day.
  • 3 (of elephant) bramido (m), barrito (m)
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    • The loud trumpet sounds from the Elephant large as he knocks down a tree in a single charge.
    • It is a noise half-way between a lion's roar and the trumpet of an irritated elephant.
    • Disney World's Animal Kingdom team has sorted elephant calls into trumpets, snorts, croaks, revs, chuffs, noisy rumbles, loud rumbles, and rumbles.

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There are 2 translations of trumpet in Spanish:

trumpet2

vi

  • [elephant] barritar
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    • A quarter of an hour thus passed; then suddenly one of the elephants trumpeted, and a tremendous crashing in the reeds ensued.
    • Later, the chorus was taken up by elephants trumpeting as they came down to drink.
    • So, along with chemical signals and higher range trumpeting and shrieks, elephants have an extensive range of communication.

vt

  • pregonar a los cuatro vientos, anunciar con bombos y platillos or (Spain/España) a bombo y platillo

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Most first names in Spanish-speaking countries are those of saints. A person's santo, (also known as onomástico in Latin America and onomástica in Spain) is the saint's day of the saint that they are named for. Children were once usually named for the saint whose day they were born on, but this is less common now.