theorbo

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From Italian tiorba, from Turkish torba.[1]

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theorbo ‎(plural theorbos or theorboes)

  1. (music) A baroque, double-necked lute having an extra set of open bass strings.

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  1. ^ "theorbo." Encarta World English Dictionary [North American Edition]. 2008.