Definition of Anklong

1. an Asian musical instrument [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anklong

ankle pain
ankle reflex
ankle region
ankle slapper
ankle slappers
anklebone
anklebones
ankled
ankleless
anklelock
anklelocks
ankles
anklet
anklets
ankling
anklong (current term)
anklongs
anklung
anklungs
ankus
ankuses
ankush
ankushes
ankylo-
ankylodactyly
ankylography

Literary usage of Anklong

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Narrative of a Journey Round the World: Comprising a Winter-passage Across by Friedrich Gerstäcker (1853)
"... and the anklong was rattling away in the meantime uninterruptedly. • At last, I could stand it no longer, for the movements continued the same, ..."

2. Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde (1855)
"... waarvan de eersten op de grootste, de laatsten op de kleinste onderdeelen der anklong speelden. De kinderen sehenen mij wel is waar dilettanten te ?ajn, ..."

3. Uit Oud- en Nieuw-Oostindië by Samuel Kalff (1894)
"... de anklong te voorschijn en greep, als een bard die de harp ... de anklong, die eigenaardige muziek op houtjes, welke mede een uitdrukking is van het ..."

4. Occasional Papers of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum of Polynesian by Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum (1912)
"... so is the music, the anklong being absent, and a medley of gong and xylophone taking its place. About 6:30 we descended from our mylord at the door of ..."

5. Childhood in the Moslem World by Samuel Marinus Zwemer (1915)
"... Java: Players of the Musical Instrument Made of Bamboo, Called the anklong 192 The Cry of the Drowning: An Appeal for Education ..."

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