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kithara

noun kith·a·ra \ˈki-thə-rə\

Definition of KITHARA

:  an ancient Greek stringed instrument similar to but larger than the lyre and having a box-shaped resonator

Variants of KITHARA

kith·a·ra or cith·a·ra \ˈsi-, ˈki-\

Origin of KITHARA

Middle English cithara, from Latin, from Greek kithara
First Known Use: 14th century

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