[ ban-doh-nee-on ]
/ bænˈdoʊ niˌɒn /
a small, square concertina or accordion with buttons instead of a keyboard, used especially in Latin America for tango music.
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Origin of bandoneon
First recorded in 1930–35; from Spanish, from German Bandonion, Bandoneon, named after Heinrich Band (1821–1860), German inventor + alteration of German (Akkord)ion; see accordion
OTHER WORDS FROM bandoneonban·do·ne·o·nist, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for bandoneon
/ (bænˈdəʊnɪən) /
a type of square concertina, esp used in Argentina
Word Origin for bandoneon
C20: from Spanish, from German Bandonion, from Heinrich Band, its inventor
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