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See also: note, noté, and Nöte

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the Note

  1. (informal) The St. Louis Blues hockey team.

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EtymologyEdit

Ultimately from Latin nota (mark, sign, remark, note).

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NounEdit

Note f (genitive Note, plural Noten)

  1. (music) note (character indicating the length and pitch of a tone)
  2. (diplomacy) note
  3. (school) grade, mark
    Synonyms: Benotung, Zensur

Usage notesEdit

The musical sense is used only of a written character. "Note" in the sense of a pitch or tone is rendered by Ton. The plural Noten also means "music" in the sense of written music such as sheet music.

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Further readingEdit

  • Note in Duden online