pandoura


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pan`dour´a


n.1.See pandore .
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Many people believe the young generation is nothing more than a future in the making, said Andri Pandoura, the 17-year-old winner of the 2016 European Youth Essay Competition.
On the derivation tambur (more accurately, tunbur) 'either, pandora' [less than] MP tanbur it may be noted that the ultimate etymon is Greek pandoura (by metathesis), a word that has furnished the name of a variety of stringed instruments from Italy to India (bandura, mandola, tamburitza, domra, tanpura).