citole

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Etymology[edit]

Probably a French diminutive form of Latin cithara, and not from Latin cista (a box).

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citole (plural citoles)

  1. An archaic musical instrument whose exact form is uncertain, generally shown with four strings

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citole f (plural citoles)

  1. citole

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