harmonium

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See also: Harmonium and harmóníum

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An Indian harmonium.

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from French harmonium, a term coined by Alexandre Debain.

Noun[edit]

harmonium ‎(plural harmoniums)

  1. (music) A small keyboard instrument that consists of a series of reed pipes, which sound when one of the keys is pressed to open a valve that allows air to pass through.

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Noun[edit]

harmonium m ‎(plural harmoniums)

  1. (Jersey) harmonium