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Hurdy-gurdy in English
musical instrument played by the action of a rotating cylinder and equipped with pins; hand organ

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Hurdy-gurdy in Greek
οργανέτο

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Hurdy-gurdy in Arabic
أرغن يدوي

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Hurdy-gurdy in Russian
старинный струнный музыкальный инструмент, шарманка

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Hurdy-gurdy in Dutch
muziekinstrument bespeeld door rotatie van cylinder die voorzien is van pinnen; draaiorgel

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Hurdy-gurdy in Turkish
laterna

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Hurdy-gurdy in Italian
organo a mano, strumento musicale suonato facendo girare una manovella (mus.)

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Hurdy-gurdy in French
orgue de Barbarie, instrument de musique

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Hurdy-gurdy in German
Leierkasten, Musikinstrument durch das Drehen eines Hebels an einem Spielkasten angebracht gespielt; Handorgel

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Hurdy-gurdy in Japanese
ハンドオルガン

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Hurdy-gurdy in Hebrew
תיבת נגינה; אורגן ידני

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Hurdy-gurdy in Korean
줄이 네개 있는 현악기

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Hurdy-gurdy in English
a mechanical development of the violin with the strings vibrated by a wheel, and keys stopping the strings. found throughout Europe. See also Vielle and Nyckelharpa.

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hurdy-gurdy
\hur"dy-gur`dy\ (?), n. [prob. of imitative origin.]
1. a stringled instrument, lutelike in shape, in which the sound is produced by the friction of a wheel turned by a crank at the end, instead of by a bow, two of the strings being tuned as drones, while two or more, tuned in unison, are modulated by keys.
2. in california, a water wheel with radial buckets, driven by the impact of a jet.


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noun. A hand-cranked music box. Hurdy-gurdy also referred to the kind of bar which featured this kind of music and the women who danced to it.

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The hurdy gurdy or hurdy-gurdy is a stringed instrument that produces sound by a crank-turned, rosined wheel rubbing against the strings. The wheel functions much like a violin bow, and single notes played on the instrument sound similar to those of a violin. Melodies are played on a keyboard that presses tangents — small wedges, typically made of wood — against one or more of the strings to change their pitch. Like most other acoustic stringed instruments, it has a sound board to make the vibration of the strings audible.

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Noun
1. a musical instrument that makes music by rotation of a cylinder studded with pegs
(synonym) barrel organ, grind organ, hand organ, street organ
(hypernym) musical instrument, instrument


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Perwg = n. hurdy-gurdy

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(n.)
In California, a water wheel with radial buckets, driven by the impact of a jet.
   (n.)
A stringled instrument, lutelike in shape, in which the sound is produced by the friction of a wheel turned by a crank at the end, instead of by a bow, two of the strings being tuned as drones, while two or more, tuned in unison, are modulated by keys.
  

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Hurdy-gurdy in Esperanto
gurdo

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Hurdy-gurdy in Arabic
أرغن صغير نقال

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Hurdy-gurdy in Spanish
(inst. mus.) zanfonía, chifonía, organistrum

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Hurdy-gurdy in Russian
[n.] шарманка

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(n) глубоководная лебедка; колесная лира; шарманка

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n. 1. старинный струнный музыкальный инструмент 2. шарманка 3. мор. лебедка для вытаскивания глубоководных тралов

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Hurdy-gurdy in Dutch
pierement, draaiorgel

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Hurdy-gurdy in Turkish
laterna

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laterna

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i. laterna.

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laterna

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Hurdy-gurdy in Vietnamese

['hə:di,gə:di]

◊ danh từ

▪ đàn vien (một thứ đàn quay)



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Hurdy-gurdy in Romanian
flasneta , caterinca

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flasneta

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Hurdy-gurdy in Catalan
s MÚS orguenet, orgue de maneta


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Hurdy-gurdy in French
hurdy-gurdy ['hM:dNgM:dN] n F orgue m de Barbarie.

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Hurdy-gurdy in Bulgarian
['h@:di,g@:di] n 1. старинен струнен инструмент с манивел

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['hъ:di,gъ:di] n 1. старинен струнен инструмент с манивела; 2. разг. латерна.

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Hurdy-gurdy in Croatian
orguljice

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orguljice

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Hurdy-gurdy in Persian
نوعي‌ الت‌ موسيقي‌ كه‌ باگرداندن‌ دسته‌ اي‌ كار ميكند

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عود چرخ دار،يکجور عود که با گرديدن چرخى بصدا درمى ايد و...

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نوعي‌ آلت‌ موسيقي‌ كه‌ باگرداندن‌ دسته‌ اي‌ كار ميكند

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¢÷î‏ُ ¤‘î ‎گ ù—¨¢ ِ¢÷گ¢¤ً‘“ ùî üى‏¨ُّ –َچ üنّ÷

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Hurdy-gurdy in Hungarian
tekerő

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Hurdy-gurdy in Serbian
Orguljice

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Hurdy-gurdy in Urdu
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تانت يا بال لگا ہوا باجا- سارنگي يا چکارے کي قسم کا


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