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organ screen


      n   a wooden or stone screen that supports the organ in a cathedral or church and divides the choir from the nave  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
a      (Also called)    pipe organ   a large complex musical keyboard instrument in which sound is produced by means of a number of pipes arranged in sets or stops, supplied with air from a bellows. The largest instruments possess three or more manuals and one pedal keyboard and have the greatest range of any instrument  
b    (as modifier)  
organ pipe, organ stop, organ loft     
2    any instrument, such as a harmonium, in which sound is produced in this way  
   See also       reed organ       harmonica  
3       short for       electric organ       1a       electronic organ  
4    a fully differentiated structural and functional unit, such as a kidney or a root, in an animal or plant  
5    an agency or medium of communication, esp. a periodical issued by a specialist group or party  
6    an instrument with which something is done or accomplished  
7       a euphemistic word for       penis  
     (C13: from Old French organe, from Latin organum implement, from Greek organon tool; compare Greek ergein to work)  

barrel organ  
1    an instrument consisting of a cylinder turned by a handle and having pins on it that interrupt the air flow to certain pipes, thereby playing any of a number of tunes  
   See also       hurdy-gurdy  
2    a similar instrument in which the projections on a rotating barrel pluck a set of strings  
chamber organ  
      n     (Music)   a small compact organ used esp. for the authentic performance of preclassical music  
electric organ  
1      (Music)  
a    a pipe organ operated by electrical means  
b       another name for       electronic organ  
2      (Zoology)   a small group of modified muscle cells on the body of certain fishes, such as the electric eel, that gives an electric shock to any animal touching them  
electronic organ  
      n     (Music)   an electrophonic instrument played by means of a keyboard, in which sounds are produced and amplified by any of various electronic or electrical means  
   See also       synthesizer  
end organ  
      n     (Anatomy)   the expanded end of a peripheral motor or sensory nerve  
great organ  
      n      the full name for       great       21  
Hammond organ  
      n   Trademark   an electric organ with two keyboards, electronic tone generation, and a wide variety of tone colours: invented in 1934  
     (C20: named after Laurens Hammond (1895--1973), US mechanical engineer)  
hand organ  
      n      another name for       barrel organ  
house organ  
      n   a periodical published by an organization for its employees or clients  
mouth organ  
      n      another name for       harmonica       1  
      n   a street musician playing a hand organ for money  
organ of Corti  
      n   the sense organ of the cochlea by which sounds are converted into nerve impulses  
     (named after Alfonso Corti (died 1876), Italian anatomist)  
organ screen  
      n   a wooden or stone screen that supports the organ in a cathedral or church and divides the choir from the nave  
pipe organ  
      n   another name for organ (the musical instrument)  
   Compare       reed organ  
portative organ  
      n     (Music)   a small portable organ with arm-operated bellows popular in medieval times  
reed organ  
1    a wind instrument, such as the harmonium, accordion, or harmonica, in which the sound is produced by reeds, each reed producing one note only  
2    a type of pipe organ, such as the regal, in which all the pipes are fitted with reeds  
sense organ  
      n   a structure in animals that is specialized for receiving external or internal stimuli and transmitting them in the form of nervous impulses to the brain  
steam organ  
      n   a type of organ powered by steam, once common at fairgrounds, in which the pipes are sounded either by a keyboard or in a sequence determined by a moving punched card,   (U.S. name)    calliope  

Diccionario de inglés definición  



1    device, implement, instrument, tool  
2    element, member, part, process, structure, unit  
3    agency, channel, forum, journal, means, medium, mouthpiece, newspaper, paper, periodical, publication, vehicle, voice  

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