Flûte Triangulaire

noun Flûte Tri·an·gu·laire \¦flütˌtrīˌaŋgyə¦la(a)(ə)r\

Definition of Flûte Triangulaire

  1. :  an organ flue stop with wooden pipes having a triangular cross-section

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Origin and Etymology of flûte triangulaire

French, literally, triangular flute

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