lautenclavicymbal

[ lout-n-klah-vee-tseem-buhl ]
/ ˈlaʊt nˌklɑ viˌtsim bəl /

noun

a harpsichord with strings of gut rather than metal.

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Origin of lautenclavicymbal

<German: literally, lute-clavichord. See lute1, clavichord, cymbal

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