violoncellist

[ vee-uh-luhn-chel-ist, vahy- ]
/ ˌvi ə lənˈtʃɛl ɪst, ˌvaɪ- /

noun

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Origin of violoncellist

First recorded in 1825–35; violoncell(o) + -ist
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