ventage

noun
vent·​age | \ ˈven-tij \

Definition of ventage

: a small hole (such as a flute stop)

First Known Use of ventage

1602, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for ventage

vent entry 2 + -age

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The first known use of ventage was in 1602

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