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saz

 (săz)
n. pl. saz·es
Any of various related stringed instruments of Turkey and neighboring regions.

[Turkish saz, from Ottoman Turkish sāz, from Persian sāz, kit, accoutrements, harmony, musical instrument, from sākhtan, sāz-, to make, construct; akin to Sanskrit śaknoti, he is able, and Old Norse haga, to arrange.]
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saz

(sæz)
n
(Instruments) music any of a group of Middle Eastern plucked string instruments resembling the lute
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