noun vi·va·ce \vē-ˈvä-(ˌ)chā, -chē\

Definition of VIVACE

:  a musical composition or movement in vivace tempo

First Known Use of VIVACE

circa 1683


adverb or adjective

Definition of VIVACE

:  in a brisk spirited manner —used as a direction in music

Origin of VIVACE

Italian, vivacious, from Latin vivac-, vivax
First Known Use: circa 1724

Rhymes with VIVACE


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