• IPA: /ˈbɔːɹɑːn/, /ˈbaʊɹɑːn/

bodhran (plural bodhrans)

  1. A type of frame drum used in Celtic music which was traditionally played by being struck with an animal bone, or in modern times, a piece of wood.

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