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  • Bandog

    any dog, as a mastiff or bloodhound, kept tied or chained. Historical Examples bandog, ban′dog, n. a dog tied up as a watch-dog, or because of its ferocity. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various Mastin, a mastiue or bandog; a great country curre; also a rude, filthie, currish or cruell fellow. […]

  • Bandore

    an obsolete musical instrument resembling the guitar. Historical Examples Banjo seems to be derived from bandore or bandurria, modern French and Spanish forms of tambour, respectively. The American Language Henry L. Mencken noun a 16th-century plucked musical instrument resembling a lute but larger and fitted with seven pairs of metal strings Also called pandore, pandora



  • Bandung

    a city in W Java, in Indonesia. noun a city in Indonesia, in SW Java. Pop: 2 136 260 (2000)

  • Bandura

    a Ukrainian stringed instrument of the lute family. Historical Examples Sometimes a wandering minstrel sang these for him, accompanying himself on the bandura. Russia: Its People and Its Literature Emilia Pardo Bazán



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