Rattle

Rattle may mean

  • Rattle (percussion instrument), a type of percussion instrument
  • Rattle (percussion beater), a part of some percussion instruments
  • RATTLE magazine, an American poetry journal
  • Bird-scaring rattle, a Slovene device used to drive birds off vineyards and a folk instrument
  • Ratchet (instrument), a percussion instrument
  • Death rattle
  • Rhinanthus, a genus of plants
  • Rattle, Derbyshire, a hamlet in England
  • The Rattles, German rock band who recorded an upbeat version of "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah" in the 1960s also famous for their 1970 hit "The Witch"
  • RATTLE, a constraint algorithm used in molecular dynamics simulations
  • Rattle GUI a gui for the statistical programming language R
  • Football rattle, a ratchet used by football fans to make a supportive or celebratory noise

Other articles related to "rattle":

Cascabel Chili
... The cascabel chile (little bell), also known as the rattle chile, is one of the Mirasol cultivars of the species Capsicum annuum ... The rattle and bell designations describe the tendency of loose seeds to rattle inside a dried cascabel when shaken ...
Shake, Rattle & Roll X
... Shake, Rattle Roll X (also known as, Shake, Rattle and Roll 10) is a Filipino horror suspense in three acts from Regal Films ... It is the tenth installment of the Shake, Rattle Roll film series ...
Rattle, Derbyshire
1°28′55″W / 53.170°N 1.482°W / 53.170 -1.482 Rattle Rattle OS grid reference SK347637 District North East Derbyshire Shire county. 19th century, most of the cottages then existing in Rattle housed at least one spinning or weaving frame ...
Malunga
... is struck with a stick and, as with the berimbau of Brazil, the hand holding the stick also holds a rattle (in the case of the malunga the rattle, called mai misra) ... The placement of this rattle along the string also varies the pitch produced by the Malunga ...

Famous quotes containing the word rattle:

    Will the people in the cheaper seats clap your hands? All the rest of you, if you’ll just rattle your jewelry.
    John Lennon (1940–1980)

    There’s keen delight in what we have:
    The rattle of pebbles on the shore
    Under the receding wave.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    If anyone has conducted a Beethoven performance, and then doesn’t have to go to an osteopath, then there’s something wrong.
    —Simon Rattle (b. 1955)