meno mosso

adverb
me·​no mos·​so | \ ˌmā-nō-ˈmȯ(s)-(ˌ)sō \

Definition of meno mosso

: less rapid used as a direction in music

First Known Use of meno mosso

circa 1854, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for meno mosso

Italian

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