dital

noun
di·tal | \ ˈdē|tᵊl , ˈdi| , ˈdī| \
plural -s

Definition of dital 

: a key by which the pitch is raised a half step in a harp guitar

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History and Etymology for dital

Italian dito finger (from Latin digitus) + English -al (as in pedal)

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