Salicional

noun Sa·li·cio·nal \səˈlishənəl\
variants: less commonly

Salcional

Definition of Salicional

plural

Salicionals

also

Salcionals

  1. :  a soft-toned organ flue stop usually of 8′ pitch or 4′ foot pitch —called also Salicet

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Origin and Etymology of salicional

German, from salic-, salix willow + -ion + -al


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