noun (plural kotos)
A Japanese zither about six feet long, with thirteen strings passed over small movable bridges: young nobles played the flute and the koto until dawn [as modifier]: Japanese koto music
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- By high school he was proficient at the koto, viola, clarinet and electric guitar.
- They were playing a loop of anonymous koto music that was rather soothing.
- Performances of the koto are also featured in the evenings in early April.
Late 18th century: Japanese.
Words that rhyme with kotoin toto, Kumamoto, Kyoto, photo, Sesotho, Yamamoto
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