- xylophone:  Etymologically, a xylophone makes ‘sounds’ from ‘wood’. The term was coined in the 1860s from Greek xúlon ‘wood’ (an allusion to the instrument’s tuned wooden bars) and the combining form -phone ‘sound’.
- xylophone (n.)
- 1866, coined from Greek xylon "wood" (see xylo-) + phone "a sound," from PIE root *bha- (2) "to speak, tell, say" (see fame (n.)).
- 1. The length of the bars of the xylophone determines the different notes of the scale.
- 2. This is a xylophone.
- 3. I play the xylophone, fun, fun.
- 我弹起扬琴, 有趣 、 有趣.
- 4. Listen to xylophone music from 1921.
- 5. I never played it before but I knew it had the same keyboards as the xylophone.
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