Barytone

• (a.) Alt. of Baritone • (n.) Alt. of Baritone
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barytone

barytone, baritone A male singing voice with a range lower than a tenor and higher than a bass, or a singer with this voice level; deep sounding.
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barytone

barytone: see baritone.
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Barytone

In Ancient Greek grammar, a barytone is a word without any accent on the last syllable. Words with an acute or circumflex on the second-to-last or third-from-last syllable are barytones, as well as words with no accent on any syllable: Like the word baritone, it comes from Ancient Greek barýtonos, from barýs `heavy`, `low` and tónos `pitch...
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