ocarina

英 [,ɒkə'riːnə] 美 ['ɑkə'rinə]
  • n. 陶制的卵形笛
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ocarina 小鹅笛,陶笛,埙

来自意大利语ocarina,来自oca,鹅,-ina,小词后缀,来自拉丁语avicula,小鸟,来自avis,小鸟,-ula,小词后缀,词源同aviary,aviation.因这种乐器形似一只小鹅而得名。与中国古代的埙相似。

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ocarina: [19] The ocarina, a primitive sort of musical instrument played by blowing, gets its name from a supposed resemblance to a goose (it is shaped like an elongated egg, with a neck-like mouthpiece). Italian ocarina means literally ‘little goose’. It is a diminutive form of oca ‘goose’, which in turn goes back to Latin auca, a derivative of avis ‘bird’.
=> aviary
ocarina (n.)
1877, from Italian ocarina, diminutive of oca "goose" (so called for its shape), from Vulgar Latin *auca, from Latin avicula "small bird," diminutive of avis "bird" (see aviary).
1. Ocarina products are all manufactured in China, but we confidently guarantee that quality is Japanese standard.
Ocarina产品都是中国制造的, 但我们有信心地保证质量是日本标准.

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2. Larger air window of Ocarina will increase the frequency of basic sound.
加大陶笛的气窗,会使其基本音的频率提高.

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3. The larger the air chamber of Ocarina is, the basic sound has lower pitch.
陶笛的共鸣气腔越大, 其基本音就越低.

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