LUTE

Lightweight Uncooled Thermal Imager Equipment
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Lute

Lute can refer generally to any string instrument having the strings running in a plane parallel to the sound table (in the Hornbostel–Sachs system), more specifically to any plucked string instrument with a neck (either fretted or unfretted) and a deep round back, or more specifically to an instrument from the family of European lutes. The Euro...
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Lute

• (v. t.) To close or seal with lute; as, to lute on the cover of a crucible; to lute a joint. • (v. i.) To sound, as a lute. Piers Plowman. Keats. • (n.) A stringed instrument formerly much in use. It consists of four parts, namely, the table or front, the body, having nine or ten ribs or `sides,` arranged like the divisions of a me...
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lute

(lldbomact) a substance such as cement, wax, or clay that coats a joint area to make a tight seal; called also luting agent. to coat with such a substance.
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lute

noun chordophone consisting of a plucked instrument having a pear-shaped body, a usually bent neck, and a fretted fingerboard
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Lute

Lute intransitive verb To sound, as a lute. Piers Plowman. Keats.
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Lute

Lute noun [ Latin lutum mud, clay: confer Old French lut .] 1. (Chemistry) A cement of clay or other tenacious infusible substance for sealing joints in apparatus, or the mouths of vessels or tubes, or for coating the bodies of retorts, etc., when exposed to heat; -- called a...
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Lute

Lute transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Luted ; present participle & verbal noun Luting .] To close or seal with lute; as, to lute on the cover of a crucible; to lute a joint.
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lute

A stringed instrument formerly much in use. It consists of four parts, namely, the table or front, the body, having nine or ten ribs or 'sides,' arranged like the divisions of a melon, the neck, which has nine or ten frets or divisions, and the head, or cross, in which the screws for tuning are inserted. The strings are struck with the right hand, ...
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Lute

class of instruments related to the violin and guitar; do not necessarily have to have a 'body'; plucked or bowed; many types, usually with a bowl back. Originated from the Arabic Ud (Al Ud = A Lute).
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lute

in music, any plucked or bowed chordophone whose strings are parallel to its belly, or soundboard, and run along a distinct neck or pole. In this ... [11 related articles]
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lute

lute 1. A musical instrument much used in the 1500's and 1600's, having a pearshaped body and usually six pairs of strings and is played by plucking the strings with the fingers. 2. From Arabic al'ud, 'the lute', through Old Provençal laut, Old French lut, then into English.
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lute

lute, lutes, luting 1. A substance, especially a cement of clay or the like, for packing a joint, coating a porous surface, etc., to produce imperviousness to gas or liquid. 2. A soft, earthy packing mixture used for closing or sealing apertures, joints, or porous surfaces in order to make them resistant to liquids or gases. 3. A packing ring (as ...
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lute

lute, musical instrument that has a half-pear-shaped body, a fretted neck, and a variable number of strings, which are plucked with the fingers. The long lute, with its neck much longer than its body, seems to have been older than the short lute, existing very early in the Egyptian and Middle Easter...
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lute

Member of a family of plucked stringed musical instruments of the 14th–18th centuries, including the mandore, theorbo, and chitarrone. Lutes are pear-shaped with up to seven courses of strings (single or double), plucked with the fingers. Music for lutes is written in special notation called...
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Lute

Plucked-string instrument of Middle Eastern origin, popular in western Europe from the late Middle A
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Lute

The lute is a family of stringed musical instruments that were in use during the 14th to 18th centuries. The lute had a pear-shaped convex back built up of staves of various kinds of wood, a flat breast - usually of pine - a bridge, a fretted finger-board, and strings tuned in pairs of unisons and from one to three sound holes in the breast. Lutes ...
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lute

Type: Term Pronunciation: lūt Definitions: 1. To seal or fasten with wax or cement.
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lute

[n] - a substance for packing a joint or coating a porous surface to make it impervious to gas or liquid 2. [n] - chordophone consisting of a plucked instrument having a pear-shaped body, a usually bent neck, and a fretted fingerboard
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