Clarabella

noun Clar·a·bel·la
variants: or less commonly Claribella \ˌklarəˈbelə\

Definition of Clarabella

plural Clarabellas also Claribellas
:an organ flute stop of 4′ pitch or 8′ pitch with open wooden pipes called also Claribel Flute

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Origin and Etymology of clarabella

Latin clara (feminine of clarus clear) + bella, feminine of bellus beautiful


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