plectrum
(PLEK-trum)


[Eng.]


A quill, or a piece of ivory, wood, etc. used to pluck the strings of an instrument such as a harpsichord, mandolin, zither, guitar, etc.

See also [Eng.] plectrum; [Fr.] plectre (m); [Ger.] Spielblättchen (n); [Ger.] Plektrum (n); [It.] plettro (m).


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