noun Bif·a·ra \ˈbi-fə-rə\

Definition of Bifara



  1. :  an organ stop of 4′ pitch or 8′ pitch in which each pipe has two mouths so as to cause a gentle vibrato effect; also :  a similar stop with pipes of both 4′ pitch and 8′ pitch one of which is slightly sharped to produce a comparable vibrato effect

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Origin and Etymology of bifara

perhaps from Italian bifara, bifra

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to cast off or become cast off

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