quaver

  1. a tremulous sound
  2. a musical note having the time value of an eighth of a whole note

quaver

[n] - a tremulous sound 2. [v] - give off unsteady sounds, alternating in amplitude or frequency
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Quaver

A eighth note
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Quaver

Qua'ver intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Quavered ; present participle & verbal noun Quavering .] [ Middle English quaven to shake, to tremble; confer LG. quabbeln to shake, to be soft, of fat substances, ...
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Quaver

Qua'ver transitive verb To utter with quavers. « We shall hear her quavering them . . . to some sprightly airs of the opera.» Addison.
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Quaver

Qua'ver noun 1. A shake, or rapid and tremulous vibration, of the voice, or of an instrument of music. 2. (Mus.) An eighth note. See Eighth .
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quaver

noun a tremulous sound
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quaver

verb give off unsteady sounds, alternating in amplitude or frequency
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Quaver

• (v. t.) To utter with quavers. • (v. i.) Especially, to shake the voice; to utter or form sound with rapid or tremulous vibrations, as in singing; also, to trill on a musical instrument • (n.) A shake, or rapid and tremulous vibration, of the voice, or of an instrument of music. • (v. i.) To tremble; to vibrate; to shake. &bul...
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quaver

a unit of relative time in music equal to 1/8 whole note or 1/16 breve.
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Quaver

In music, a quaver is a note and measure of time equal to half a crotchet or the eighth of a semi-breve.
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