pandura

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Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin pandura, from Ancient Greek πανδοῦρα (pandoûra), a Pre-Greek/substrate loan.

Noun[edit]

pandura (plural panduras)

  1. (music) An Ancient Greek stringed instrument, a kind of lute with three strings that were stopped with a fingerboard to alter the tone, and with either a mandolin- or banjo-like shape.

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