chitarra. It. name for guitar. Hence chitarriglia, a smaller higher-pitched type of Sp. guitar; chitarrino, 17th-cent. name for small 4-course guitar; chitarra battente, 5-course metal-strung guitar with fixed metal frets and played with plectrum.
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