octuor

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

A blend of Latin octo ‘eight’ and a fictitious suffix -tuor, by analogy with Fr. quatuor ‘quartet’ — itself from Lat. quattuor ‘four’.

Noun[edit]

octuor m (plural octuors)

  1. (chiefly music) octet

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