dulzaina

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English[edit]

A dolzaina

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Spanish dulzaina. Doublet of doucine.

Noun[edit]

dulzaina (plural dulzainas)

  1. A Spanish double reed musical instrument in the oboe family.
    • 2010, Frank Koonce, Baroque Guitar in Spain and the New World[1], page 112:
      The dulzaina was a double-reed folk instrument, similar to the oboe, which comes from north-central Spain.

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French douçaine, doucine.

Noun[edit]

dulzaina f (plural dulzainas)

  1. dulzaina (musical instrument)

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