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From Italian, from Latin superanus, adjective from preposition super ‎(above).

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soprano ‎(plural sopranos or soprani or sopranoes)

  1. Musical part or section higher in pitch than alto and other sections.
  2. Person or instrument that performs the soprano part.

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soprano m ‎(plural sopranos)

  1. soprano

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soprano m ‎(plural sopranos)

  1. soprano

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 Soprano on Italian Wikipedia

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EtymologyEdit

From Vulgar Latin *superānus, from Latin super. Also from *superānus: Italian sovrano.

NounEdit

soprano m ‎(plural soprani)

  1. a singer, commonly a woman, with a register higher than alto and the rest of the parts: soprano leggero, soprano lirico
  2. the upper part in harmony for mixed voices: parte di soprano
  3. instrument that performs the soprano part: flauto soprano

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from English soprano, from Italian soprano, from Vulgar Latin *superānus, from Latin super.

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soprano m ‎(plural sopranos)

  1. (Jersey, music) soprano

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soprano m (plural sopranos)

  1. (music) soprano (the highest vocal range)

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soprano m f (plural sopranos)

  1. soprano (person singing with a soprano voice)

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soprano m, f ‎(plural sopranos)

  1. soprano (singer)

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soprano m ‎(plural sopranos)

  1. soprano (pitch)
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