neume

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English (15th c.) newme, nevme, neme; from Middle French neume, in turn from Medieval Latin neuma or pneuma, either from ancient Greek πνεῦμα (pneûma, breath) or νεῦμα (neûma, sign), or else a corruption of Ancient Greek πνεῦμα (pneûma, breath).

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Noun[edit]

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neume (plural neumes)

  1. (music) A sign used in early musical notation


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Noun[edit]

neume f

  1. plural form of neuma