noun. ['ˈtruːbəˌdɔr'] a singer of folk songs.
Rhymes with Troubadour
Sentences with troubadour
1. Noun, singular or mass
With roots in West African protest songs and French troubadour ballads, Calypso became its own unique style due to the particular social climate in which it developed.
Though Courts of Love were social rather than legal institutions, they certainly influenced the poetry of the time, especially since both female rulers patronized troubadour poets.