Word of the Day

Word of the Day: Hemidemisemiquaver
 
Pronunciation: (hem-ee-dem-ee-SEM-ee-kway-vuhr)
 
Definition: (noun)
 
1) A sixty-fourth note.
 
Etymology:
 
From Greek hemi- (half) + French demi- (half) + Latin semi- (half) + quaver (an eighth note), from Middle English quaveren (to shake or tremble). Earliest documented use: 1853.
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