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From Latin enharmonicus, from Late Latin enarmonius, from Ancient Greek ἐναρμόνιος (enarmónios), from ἐν (en)+ἁρμονία (harmonía).
enharmonic (not comparable)
- (music) Describing two or more identical or almost identical notes that are written differently when in different keys. (Whether they are identical depends on the tuning method used.)
- C sharp is enharmonic to D flat.
- (music) Of or pertaining to a tetrachord.
Describing two or more identical notes that are written differently when in different key
Of or pertaining to a tetrachord