symphonia

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noun sym·pho·nia \sim-ˈfō-nē-ə\

Definition of symphonia

plural

symphoniae

or

symphonias

  1. 1 obsolete :  a musical unison

  2. 2 obsolete [Late Latin, a kind of musical instrument, from Latin, concord of sounds] :  consonance 2b

  3. 3 obsolete :  any of various medieval musical instruments (such as the bagpipe or hurdy-gurdy)

  4. 4 obsolete :  sinfonia 3

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Origin and Etymology of symphonia

Latin


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