quatreble

noun
plural -s

Definition of quatreble 

obsolete

: a musical voice part one octave higher than the mean

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History and Etymology for quatreble

Middle English, fourfold amount, from quatreble, adjective, quadruple, modification (influenced by Middle English treble) of Middle French quadruple

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