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clarino

noun cla·ri·no \ kləˈrē(ˌ)nō \

Definition of clarino

plural clarini \-(ˌ)nē\ or clarinos
1 : clarion
2 a : the trumpet as played in the 17th century in its high range without valves — compare overblow
b : the first trumpet part called also clarin trumpet
3 : the middle register of the clarinet called also clarion

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Origin and Etymology of clarino

Italian, trumpet, probably from Spanish clarín


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clarino

noun \ " \

Definition of clarino

plural -s
: solitaire 5b used especially of aviary or cage birds kept for their song

Origin and Etymology of clarino

modification of Spanish clarín, literally, trumpet


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