Cithara; a Portuguese cither, probably dating from the beginning of the eighteenth century.
The mandola was played with a quill like the mandolino and the cither.
Cithara; a Portuguese cither with six pairs of wire-strings, inlaid with tortoise-shell and ivory.
An Irish cither with an ivory finger-board and with ten tuning-screws of brass.
A third angel is furnished with a cither, also a favourite mediæval instrument.
Several Italians are mentioned in the records, and even one or two Polish cither players.
She had just decided to wile away the time by strumming upon her cither, when she descried figures approaching along the road.
The rose of the English cither is more usually made of bronze.