crotchet

  1. a sharp curve or crook; a shape resembling a hook
  2. a musical note having the time value of a quarter of a whole note
  3. a strange attitude or habit
  4. a small tool or hook-like implement

Crotchet

In music, a crotchet is a time note, with a stem, having one quarter the value of a semi-breve, one half that of a minim, and twice that of a quaver.
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crotchet

[n] - a small tool or hook-like implement
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Crotchet

Crotch'et noun [ French crochet , prop., a little hook, a dim. from the same source as croc hook. See Crook , and confer Crochet , Crocket , Crosier .] 1. A forked support; a crotch. « The crotchets of their cot in columns rise. Dry...
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Crotchet

Crotch'et intransitive verb To play music in measured time. [ Obsolete] Donne.
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crotchet

noun a small tool or hooklike implement
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Crotchet

• (n.) A forked support; a crotch. • (n.) A perverse fancy; a whim which takes possession of the mind; a conceit. • (n.) An instrument of a hooked form, used in certain cases in the extraction of a fetus. • (n.) An indentation in the glacis of the covered way, at a point where a traverse is placed. • (n.) A bracket. See Bra...
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crotchet

a unit of relative time in music equal to 1/4 whole note or 1/8 breve. The word, pronounced crotch-it, comes from the old Norse word krok for a hook; in this context it refers to the traditional hooked symbol for a quarter note.
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Crotchet

A crotchet is the arrangement of a body of troops, either forward or rearward, so as to form a line nearly perpendicular to the general line of battle. In fortifications, a crotchet is an indentation in the glacis of the covered way, at a point where a traverse is placed.
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crotchet

square bracket
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