GUSLI

Etymology

Noun

gusli (plural guslis)

(musical instrument) A plucked psaltery-like string instrument, usually played on the lap and sometimes created with table legs so that the musician can play it seated next to the instrument, originating in ancient Russian music.

Hypernyms

• chordophone

• psaltery

• stringed instrument

Hyponyms

• clavichord gusli

• helmet gusli

• winged gusli

Anagrams

• iglus

Source: Wiktionary



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