Keraulophon

noun Ke·rau·lo·phon \kəˈrȯləˌfän\
variants: less commonly

Keraulophone

\-fōn\

Definition of Keraulophon

plural

Keraulophons

also

Keraulophones

  1. :  an organ flue stop of 8′ pitch with a soft, reedy tone

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Origin and Etymology of keraulophon

keraulophon from German, from English keraulophone; keraulophone from Greek keras horn + aulos reed instrument like an oboe + English -phone — more at horn, alveolus


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