[ ban-door-uh ]
/ bænˈdʊər ə /
a Ukrainian stringed instrument of the lute family.
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Origin of bandura
<Ukrainian bandúra, probably <Polish <Italian <Greek pandoûra.See bandore
Words nearby bandura
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Example sentences from the Web for bandura
Sometimes a wandering minstrel sang these for him, accompanying himself on the bandura.Russia: Its People and Its Literature|Emilia Pardo Bazán