Laúd

Laúd is a plectrum-plucked chordophone from Spain. It belongs to the cittern family of instruments. It has six double courses (i.e. twelve strings in pairs), similarly to the bandurria, but its neck is longer. the strings in each course are tuned in unison. Traditionally it is used folk string musical groups, together with the guitar and the band...
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Laud

• (v. i.) High commendation; praise; honor; exaltation; glory. • (v. i.) A part of divine worship, consisting chiefly of praise; -- usually in the pl. • (v. i.) To praise in words alone, or with words and singing; to celebrate; to extol. • (v. i.) Music or singing in honor of any one.
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laud

1. High commendation; praise; honor; exaltation; glory. 'Laud be to God.' 'So do well and thou shalt have laud of the same.' (Tyndals) ... 2. A part of divine worship, consisting chiefly of praise; usually in the pl. ... In the Roman Catholic Church, the prayers used at daybreak, between those of matins and prime, are called lauds. ... 3. Music or ...
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laud

extol verb praise, glorify, or honor; `extol the virtues of one`s children`; `glorify one`s spouse`s cooking`
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Laud

Laud intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Lauded ; present participle & verbal noun Lauding .] [ Latin laudare , from laus , laudis , praise. Confer Allow .] To praise in words alone, or with words...
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Laud

Laud noun [ Latin laus , laudis . See Laud , intransitive verb ] 1. High commendation; praise; honor; exaltation; glory. ' Laud be to God.' Shak. « So do well and thou shalt have laud of the same.» Tyndals.
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Laud

a flat back lute from Spain, with 12 metal strings in 6 courses and pear shaped body.
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laud

laud, lauds 1. To give praise to; glorify. 2. Praise; glorification. 3. A hymn or song of praise.
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laud

praise, glorify, or honor
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laud

praise, glorify, or honor
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Laud

The laud is a Spanish flat backed lute with twelve metal strings in six courses and a pear-shaped body.
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laud

[v] - praise, glorify, or honor
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