musical


musical
musical, ale
(mu-zi-kal, ka-l') adj.
Qui a rapport à la musique. Il a l'oreille musicale. Soirée musicale. L'art musical. Caractères musicaux.
   Gazette musicale, Art musical, nom de journaux de musique.
   Terme de médecine. Bruits musicaux, degré le plus élevé des bruits de soufflet, perçus en auscultation.
   XVe s.
   Dix paires de menestriers sonnans d'instrumens musicaulx, MONSTRELET ch. 62, p. 97, dans LACURNE, au mot paire..
   Musique ; provenç. muzical ; esp. musical ; ital. musicale.

Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré. . 1872-1877.

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