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plectrum

noun plec·trum \ˈplek-trəm\
plural plec·tra \-trə\ or plectrums

Definition of PLECTRUM

:  3pick 2c

Origin of PLECTRUM

Latin, from Greek plēktron, from plēssein to strike — more at plaint
First Known Use: circa 1552

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