Definition for DI-A-ZEU'TIC

DI-A-ZEU'TIC, a. [Gr. διαζευγνυμι, to disjoin.]

A diazeutic tone in ancient Greek music, disjoined two fourths, one on each side of it, and which, being joined to either, made a fifth. This is, in our music, from A to B. – Harris.

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