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(Music) A stringed instrument, with strings stretched across a sounding board, usually trapezoidal. It's played on the lap or horizontally on a table. Some have their own legs. These musical instruments are played by plucking on the strings (traditionally with a quill) or by tapping on them (in the case of the hammer dulcimers).
A box with an opening in it across which gut strings of varying thickness are stretched, tuned in unison: when air blows over them, the strings produce varying harmonies
A stringed instrument of the harp family having two curved arms connected at the upper end by a crossbar, used to accompany a singer or reciter of poetry, especially in ancient Greece.
A stringed instrument of the zither family, popular esp. in 12th-15th cent. Europe, having a modified trapezoidal body and a variable number of strings plucked with the fingers of both hands or a pair of quills
A musical instrument consisting of a flat sounding box with numerous strings, placed on a horizontal surface, and played with a plectrum and fingertips; similar to a dulcimer. In the Norwegian harpeleik and Swedish cittra versions, the instrument is considered a chorded zither and usually has 7 (Norwegian) to 9 (Swedish) chords, some with as many as 11 strings each, which are mostly strummed and damped as chords, although sometimes plucked. The Norwegian harpeleik and Swedish cittra are still in production by a German manufacturer.
To speak or write at length; expatiate:
To urge, scold, find fault, etc. constantly
The definition of reiterate is to repeat.
(Intransitive) To do or say again (again).
A glass harmonica.
a small rectangular free-reed instrument having a row of free reeds set back in air holes and played by blowing into the desired hole
(Music) An ancient Greek stringed instrument, which could be considered a forerunner of the guitar.
A sequence of six tones with a semitone in the middle, the others being whole tones, that was used in medieval music.
Find another word for harp. In this page you can discover 26 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for harp, like: mouth-organ, dulcimer, concert harp, pedal harp, triple harp, Welsh harp, folk harp, Irish harp, Celtic harp, clarsach and aeolian-harp.