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ocarina (n.)

simple musical instrument with a terra-cotta body, a mouthpiece, and finger-holes, 1877, from Italian ocarina, diminutive of oca "goose" (so called for its shape), from Vulgar Latin *auca, from Latin avicula "small bird," diminutive of avis "bird" (from PIE root *awi- "bird").

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Definitions of ocarina

ocarina (n.)
egg-shaped terra cotta wind instrument with a mouthpiece and finger holes;
Synonyms: sweet potato
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