diapasón

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin diapāsōn, from Ancient Greek διαπᾱσῶν (diapāsôn), from Ancient Greek διὰ πᾱσῶν (χορδῶν) (dià pāsôn (khordôn), literally through all (notes)).

Noun[edit]

diapasón m (plural diapasones)

  1. diapason
  2. tuning fork
  3. (music) fingerboard