bandoneon /banˈdəʊnɪən/

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I. noun

a type of square concertina, especially popular in Argentina.
– origin via Spanish from German Bandonion, named after Heinrich Band, the 19th-cent. German musician who invented it, + -on- (as in Harmonika ‘harmonica’) + -ion (as in Akkordion ‘accordion’).

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