Dulciana

noun Dul·ci·ana \ˌdəlsēˈanə, -ˈänə\

Definition of Dulciana

plural

Dulcianas

  1. :  a soft-toned organ flue stop having metal pipes of 4′ pitch, 8′ pitch, or 16′ pitch

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Origin and Etymology of dulciana

New Latin, from Medieval Latin, bassoon, from Latin dulcis + -ana (feminine singular of -anus -an)


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