Scrabble word: OCTAVE
In which Scrabble dictionary does OCTAVE exist?
Definitions of OCTAVE in dictionaries:
- noun - a feast day and the seven days following it
- noun - a musical interval of eight tones
- noun - a rhythmic group of eight lines of verse
- The interval of eight diatonic degrees between two tones, one of which has twice as many vibrations per second as the other.
- A tone that is eight full tones above or below another given tone.
- Two tones eight diatonic degrees apart that are sounded together.
- The consonance that results when two tones eight diatonic degrees apart are sounded.
- A series of tones included within this interval or the keys of an instrument that produce such a series.
- An organ stop that produces tones an octave above those usually produced by the keys played.
- The interval between any two frequencies having a ratio of 2 to 1.
- The eighth day after a feast day, counting the feast day as one.
- The entire period between a feast day and the eighth day following it.
- A group or series of eight.
- A group of eight lines of poetry, especially the first eight lines of a Petrarchan sonnet.
- A poem or stanza containing eight lines.
- A rotating parry in fencing.
- adj - a type of musical interval [n -S] : OCTAVAL
There are 6 letters in OCTAVE: A C E O T V
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