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Definition by Wiktionary (Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License)

name applied to certain musical instruments of the box zither type. includes hammered dulcimer and appalachian Dulcimer.

dulcimerdul"ci*mer (?), n. [it. dolcemele,r sp. dulcemele, fr. l. dulcis sweet + melos song, melody, gr. &?;; cf. of. doulcemele. see dulcet, and melody.] (mus.) (a) an instrument, having stretched metallic wires which are beaten with two light hammers held in the hands of the performer. (b) an ancient musical instrument in use among the jews. iii. 5. it is supposed to be the same with the psaltery.

(n.)

An instrument, having stretched metallic wires which are beaten with two light hammers held in the hands of the performer.  

(n.)

An ancient musical instrument in use among the Jews. Dan. iii. 5. It is supposed to be the same with the psaltery.  

Noun1. a stringed instrument used in american folk music; an elliptical body and a fretted fingerboard and three strings (hypernym) stringed instrument2. a trapezoidal zither whose metal strings are struck with light hammers (hypernym) zither, cither, zithern

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(Heb. sumphoniah) a musical instrument, mentioned in (Daniel 3:5,15) probably the bagpipe. the same instrument is still in use amongst peasants in the northwest of asia and in southern Europe, where it is known by the similar name sampogna or zampogna.   

(Heb. sumphoniah), a musical instrument mentioned in Dan. 3:5, 15, along with other instruments there named, as sounded before the golden image. It was not a jewish instrument. In the margin of the revised version it is styled the "bag-pipe." luther translated it "lute," and Grotius the "crooked trumpet." It is probable that it was introduced into babylon by some greek or Western-Asiatic musician. some rabbinical commentators render it by "organ," the well-known instrument composed of a series of pipes, others by "lyre." the most probable interpretation is that it was a bag-pipe similar to the zampagna of southern Europe.

Dulcimer (also called a Dulcier or Dulcimore) is the name given to two types of stringed musical instrument:The Appalachian dulcimer, a fretted, plucked instrument which is also referred to as a mountain dulcimer or just a dulcimer, andThe hammered dulcimer, which is a hammer-struck, trapezoid-shaped instrument.

To dream of a dulcimer, denotes that the highest wishes in life will be attained by exalted qualities of mind. To women, this is significant of a life free from those petty jealousies which usually make women unhappy.  

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Word analysis of dulcimer

Length8
Vocalsdulcimer
Consonantsdulcimer
MD5fc104fa90725356a11ce9c4bb4264ff3
SHA10b54a39d2be4d5b2eaf9e1ece9d2e5d5759849d7