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clarsach

or clair·seach, clar·seach clar·sech, clar·seth

[ klair-sakh, -suhkh, klahr- ]
/ ˈklɛər sæx, -səx, ˈklɑr- /
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noun
an ancient Irish and Scottish harp.
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Origin of clarsach

<Scots Gaelic clàrsach (compare Scots clareschaw) or Irish cláirseach, MIr cláirsech
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British Dictionary definitions for clarsach

clarsach
/ (ˈklɑrsəx, ˈklɑːsək) /

noun
the Celtic harp of Scotland and Ireland

Word Origin for clarsach

C15: clareschaw, from Scottish Gaelic clarsach, Irish Gaelic cláirsach harp
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