noun me·di·ant \ˈmē-dē-ənt\

Definition of MEDIANT

:  the third tone of a major or minor scale

Origin of MEDIANT

Italian mediante, from Late Latin mediant-, medians, present participle of mediare to be in the middle
First Known Use: 1822


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