Definition of orguinette in English:

orguinette

noun

historical
  • A mechanical musical instrument, consisting of a set of reeds and a bellows, the wind from which is admitted to the reeds through holes in a strip of paper which is moved along by turning a crank.

Origin

Late 19th century. Apparently from French orgue organ + -inette.

Pronunciation

orguinette

/ˌɔːɡɪˈnɛt/