suomi-englanti sanakirja

octave englannista suomeksi

  1. oktaavi

  2. kahdeksan säkeen säkeistö

  3. kahdeksanpäiväinen kirkkojuhla

  1. Substantiivi

  2. oktaavi

  3. Verbi

octave englanniksi

  1. An interval of twelve semitones spanning eight degrees of the scale, representing a doubling or halving in pitch frequency.

  2. (ux)

  3. The pitch an octave higher than a given pitch.

  4. ''The bass starts on a low E, and the tenor comes in on the octave.''

  5. A coupler on an organ which allows the organist to sound the note an octave above the note of the key pressed (cf sub-octave)

  6. A poetic stanza consisting of eight lines; usually used as one part of a sonnet.

  7. (RQ:Sidney Arcadia)

  8. The eighth defensive position, with the hand held at waist height, and the tip of the sword out straight at knee level.

  9. 2009, Ray Finkleman

  10. If they always do a lateral parry quarte, and never a semicircular octave, that gives you an opening.
  11. The day that is one week after a day in the rite of the Church.

  12. (quote-book) the Chamberlains' records of the companies' visits to their towns are, for the most part, not precisely dates, but merely group them together (..) within their annual accounting period which normally (..) ran from Michaelmas (29 September) to Michaelmas, or its octave (6 October).

  13. 2014, Jennifer Gregory Miller

  14. It was extended to the entire Church by 1814, and then in 1913 the feast was transferred to September 15, the octave day of the Birth of Mary and the day after the Exaltation of the Cross.
  15. An eight-day period beginning on a day in the rite of the Church.

  16. 1870, ''The Night Hours of the Church'', trans. Rev. J. M. Neale

  17. Of an Octave the Office is said. or at least commemorated, (when any Sunday or Feast intervene), for eight successive days. A small cask of wine, one eighth of a pipe.
  18. An octonion.

  19. Any of a number of coherent-noise functions of differing frequency that are added together to form noise.

  20. The subjective vibration of a planet.

  21. 2016: Kristin Fontana, ''The Beach Reporter''

  22. Mercury then joins its higher octave and generous counterpart Jupiter early next week, and it opens gates of opportunity.
  23. (alt form)

  24. Consisting of eight; eight in number.

  25. (RQ:Dryden Fable)

  26. Boccace(..) is said to have invented the octave rhye
  27. (l)

  28. eighth

  29. (inflection of)