Definition of Cobza

1. a musical instrument [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cobza

cobwebbery
cobwebbier
cobwebbiest
cobwebbing
cobwebby
cobweblike
cobwebs
cobwebsite
cobwebsites
cobwork
cobyric acid
cobyric acid synthase
cobyrinamide
cobyrinic acid
cobyrinic hexa-amide
cobza (current term)
cobzas
coca
coca wine
cocaethylene
cocain
cocaine
cocaine-related disorder
cocaine abuse
cocaine addict
cocaine addiction
cocaine esterase
cocainelike
cocaines
cocainise

Literary usage of Cobza

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1. The American History and Encyclopedia of Music by Janet M. Green, Josephine Thrall (1908)
"... God invented the fluer and the bucium, but the devil invented the cobza, ... accompanied, it may be, with a cobza or lute, beginning and ending with a ..."

2. The Nineteenth Century (1882)
"... God invented the finer and the bucium, but the devil invented the cobza, ... are common family traits in the folk-rhymes of the world wher- * cobza. ..."

3. Studies in Folk-song and Popular Poetry by Alfred Mason Williams (1895)
"... from the name of their instrument, the cobza, or lute), of gypsies, of fortune tellers ; she listened for them by death-beds, by cradles, at the dance, ..."

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