from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A clarichord. Also called
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- (Mus.) The clavichord or clarichord; -- called also
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- noun A
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Latin monochordon, from Ancient Greek. So called because it originally had only one string. See monochord.
The clavichord and manichord, which we read of in Mozart's letters, were only improved and better-made clavicytheria.
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