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hydraulus

[ hahy-draw-luhs ]
/ ha瑟藞dr蓴 l蓹s /
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noun, plural hy路drau路li [hahy-draw-lahy], /ha瑟藞dr蓴 la瑟/, hy路drau路lus路es.
a pipe organ of ancient Greece and Rome using water pressure to maintain the air supply.
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Origin of hydraulus

1870鈥75; <Latin <Greek h媒draulos water organ, equivalent to hydr-hydr-1 + aul贸s pipe
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