\\kləˌviˈristik; |klāvēə|r-, -av-\ adjective
Etymology: probably from German klavieristisch suitable for a piano, from klavier piano + -istisch -istic
: suited to or suggesting a keyboard stringed instrument

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  • clavieristic — adjective see clavier …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • clavieristic — cla·vier·is·tic …   English syllables

  • clavier — noun Etymology: French, from Old French, key bearer, from Latin clavis Date: 1694 1. the keyboard of a musical instrument 2. [German Klavier, from French clavier] an early keyboard instrument • clavierist noun • clavieristic …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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