[klez-mer] /ˈklɛz mər/
noun, plural klezmorim
[klez-muh-reem] /ˌklɛz məˈrim/ (Show IPA)
a Jewish folk musician traditionally performing in a small band.
Also, klezmer music. the type of music performed by such musicians.
a Jewish folk musician, usually a member of a small band
Also called klezmer music. the music performed by such a band
late 19c. (plural klezmorim); originally, “an itinerant East European Jewish professional musician,” from Hebrew kley zemer, literally “vessels of song,” thus “musical instruments.”
kind of arc lamp used as a studio light, 1921, from Bavarian-born U.S. engineers brothers Anton and John Kliegl, who invented it.
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noun 1. a powerful type of arc light once widely used in motion-picture studios. /kliːɡ/ noun 1. an intense carbon-arc light used for illumination in producing films
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