Unda Maris

noun Un·da Mar·is \ˈəndəˈma(a)rə̇s\

Definition of Unda Maris

  1. :  an organ flue stop of 8' pitch with pipes tuned slightly sharp or flat either to another rank in the stop or to the rest of the organ to produce a wavering or undulating effect

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Origin and Etymology of unda maris

New Latin, literally, wave of the sea

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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