clavija

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin clavicula, a partially learned term; cf. the inherited form llavija, lavija from Vulgar Latin *clavicla. Compare Portuguese chavelha, cravelha. See also the borrowed doublet clavícula.

Noun[edit]

clavija f (plural clavijas)

  1. dowel
  2. (music) peg

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