sol–faer

noun sol–fa·er \¦sōl-¦fä-ər, chiefly British ¦säl-\

Definition of sol–faer

plural

sol–faers

  1. archaic :  a person who sings using the sol-fa syllables

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Origin and Etymology of sol–faer

2sol-fa + -er


First Known Use: 1609


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