Doppelflöte

noun Dop·pel·flö·te \ˈdäpəlˌflātə, -lə̄tə, G ˈdȯpəlˌflœ̅tə\

Definition of Doppelflöte

plural

Doppleflötes

  1. :  an organ flute stop of 8′ pitch having wooden pipes with two mouths

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Origin and Etymology of doppelflöte

German, from doppel- double (from Middle High German dobbel, from Old French doble) + flöte flute, from earlier fleute, from Middle High German vloite, floute, from Middle Dutch flūte, fleute, floyte, from Old French flaute, fleute — more at double, flute


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