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Ancient Greek

Pronunciation

 

Etymology 1

See (mousikós)

Adjective

? o (mousik?)

  1. nominative feminine singular of (mousikós)

Etymology 2

By ellipsis from ? (mousik? tékhn?) from (mousikós, "musical") from (Moûsa, "Muse").

Noun

? o (mousik?f (genitive ); first declension

  1. any of the Muses' arts, especially music and lyrical poetry set to music
  2. art
Inflection

Descendants

  • Greek: ? (mous?kí)

Further reading


Greek

Etymology

From Ancient Greek ? (mousik?).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [musi'ci]
  • Hyphenation:

Noun

? o (mousikíf (plural )

  1. the subject and art of music
  2. the music as opposed to the lyrics
  3. a band or orchestra
  4. a genre of music
  5. sheet music, score

Declension

Related terms

  • (mousikós, "music, musical")

Further reading

Adjective

? o (mousikí)

  1. Nominative, accusative and vocative singular form of  (mousikós).

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