divisi

adjective di·vi·si \də̇ˈvēzē\

Definition of divisi

  1. :  separate —used as a direction in music for orchestral players reading the same musical staff to divide into two or more voice parts —abbreviation div.

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Origin and Etymology of divisi

Italian, plural of diviso (past participle of dividere to divide), from Latin divisus divided — more at division


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