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cithara

[ sith-er-uh ]
/ ˈsɪθ ər ə /
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noun

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OTHER WORDS FROM cithara

cith·a·rist, noun
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cithara

kithara

/ (ˈsɪθərə) /

noun

a stringed musical instrument of ancient Greece and elsewhere, similar to the lyre and played with a plectrum

Word Origin for cithara

C18: from Greek kithara
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