Auletic
Auletic Au*let"ic, a. [L. auleticus, Gr. ?, fr. ? flute.] Of or pertaining to a pipe (flute) or piper. [R.] --Ash. [1913 Webster]

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  • auletic — auletic, a. rare. (ɔːˈlɛtɪk) [ad. Gr. αὐλητικός, f. αὐλητής: see prec. and ic.] Of or pertaining to a flute player or flute. in Bailey …   Useful english dictionary

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