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clarsach

[klair-sakh, -suh kh, klahr-] /ˈklɛər sæx, -səx, ˈklɑr-/
noun
1.
an ancient Irish and Scottish harp.
Also, clairseach, clarseach
[klair-sakh, -suh kh, klahr-] /ˈklɛər sæx, -səx, ˈklɑr-/ (Show IPA),
clarsech, clarseth
[klair-suh kh, klahr-] /ˈklɛər səx, ˈklɑr-/ (Show IPA)
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Origin
< Scots Gaelic clàrsach (compare Scots clareschaw) or Irish cláirseach, MIr cláirsech
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clarsach

/ˈklɑrsəx; ˈklɑːsək/
noun
1.
the Celtic harp of Scotland and Ireland
Word Origin
C15: clareschaw, from Scottish Gaelic clarsach, Irish Gaelic cláirsach harp
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