sonata

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See also: sonată, sónata, and sonáta

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From Italian sonata, from the feminine past participle of sonare (modern suonare), from Latin sonāre (to make sound).

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sonata (plural sonatas)

  1. (music) A musical composition for one or a few instruments, one of which is frequently a piano, in three or four movements that vary in key and tempo

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sonata (plural sonataj, accusative singular sonatan, accusative plural sonatajn)

  1. singular present passive participle of soni

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sonata

  1. present passive participle of sonar

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sonata f (plural sonate)

  1. sonata

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sonata f

  1. sonata

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