noun lu·te·nist \ˈlü-tə-nist, ˈlüt-nist\

Definition of LUTENIST

:  a lute player

Variants of LUTENIST

lu·te·nist or lu·ta·nist \ˈlü-tə-nist, ˈlüt-nist\

Origin of LUTENIST

Medieval Latin lutanista, from lutana lute, probably from Middle French lut lute
First Known Use: 1600


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