baglamas

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Baglamas

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From Greek μπαγλαμάς ‎(baglamás), from Turkish bağlama.

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baglamas ‎(plural baglamades)

  1. (music) A plucked stringed instrument, a long-necked bowl lute, played in Greek music and often made of improvised materials; it is a high-pitched and small bouzouki with one string in an octave pair on the lower D and unison pairs on the four highest strings.
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baglamas

  1. plural of baglama

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