balalaika

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A balalaika

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From Russian балала́йка ‎(balalájka).

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balalaika ‎(plural balalaikas or balalaiki)

  1. (music) A plucked stringed instrument with a triangular body, short neck and three strings, of Russian origin.

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Russian балала́йка ‎(balalájka).

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balalaika m ‎(definite singular balalaikaen, indefinite plural balalaikaer, definite plural balalaikaene)

  1. a balalaika (string instrument)

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Russian балала́йка ‎(balalájka).

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balalaika m ‎(definite singular balalaikaen, indefinite plural balalaikaar or balalaikaer, definite plural balalaikaane or balalaikaene)

  1. a balalaika (string instrument)

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Russian балала́йка ‎(balalájka).

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balalaika f (plural balalaikas)

  1. (music) balalaika (Russian string instrument)