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    Cool glaur, zulkoon, thelarr

    All these three words, glaur, zulkoon, and thelarr, seem to be musical instruments in the context of a Forgotten Realms novel. Do you know if these instruments are real or are they quite an invention?

    Thank You very much

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    Re: glaur, zulkoon, thelarr

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    All these three words, glaur, zulkoon, and thelarr, seem to be musical instruments in the context of a Forgotten Realms novel. Do you know if these instruments are real or are they quite an invention?

    Thank You very much
    I don't know about the others, but "glaur" is a Scottish word for mud.


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    Re: glaur, zulkoon, thelarr

    Since the reference is a fantasy novel based on a computer game, I would suspect they are all made-up names for musical instruments, and the reader is meant to judge the way they are played by context.

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