The word banjo (a stringed instrument with four or five strings, usually associated with country music) comes from the Portoguese bandurra, from the Latin pandura, which is a transliteration of the Greek pandura (a three-string instrument; Gr: παντούρα).
From the same root:
In modern Greek (Romeika)
a) banjo: banjo [Gr: μπάντζο; loanword]
b) mandolino: mandolin [Gr: μαντολίνο; loanword]
c) mandura: a folk music instrument [Gr: μαντούρα]