æquison

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From the Latin aequisonus, from aequus (equal) in combination with sonus (sounding).

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æquison (plural æquisons)

  1. (rare, music) Archaic spelling of equison.
    • 1609, John Dowlan, Andreas Ornithoparcus: His Micrologus, or Introduction: Containing the Art of Singing, page 79:
      Æquisons are those notes, which being stroke together, make one sound of 2.

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