magadis

noun mag·a·dis \ˈmagədə̇s\

Definition of magadis

plural

-es

  1. :  an ancient Greek musical instrument having twenty strings and the capability of being played in octaves

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Origin and Etymology of magadis

Greek, of non-Indo-European origin


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