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symphonia

[ sim-foh-nee-uh ]
/ sɪmˈfoʊ ni ə /
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noun
any of various medieval musical instruments, as the hurdy-gurdy.
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Origin of symphonia

1570–80; <Late Latin, Latin symphōniasymphony
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How to use symphonia in a sentence

  • Yes, and if you don't instantly pay the hire, I'll strike up a symphonia on this little barrel organ here.

  • The seat of honour at the Symphonia was next to Mary Abinger, and the baronet had held it too long already.

    When a Man's Single|J. M. Barrie
  • At sunset, when the drum and symphonia sound, the armed guards are distributed.

    The City of the Sun|Tommaso Campanella
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