Helicon

• (n.) A mountain in Boeotia, in Greece, supposed by the Greeks to be the residence of Apollo and the Muses.
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helicon

noun a tuba that coils over the shoulder of the musician
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Helicon

[crater] ==Satellite craters== According to convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint that is closest to Helicon. ...
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Helicon

[instrument] The helicon is a brass musical instrument in the tuba family. Most are B{music|flat} basses, but they also commonly exist in E{music|flat}, F, and tenor sizes, as well as other types to a lesser extent. The sousaphone is a specialized version of the helicon. The original sousaphone produced by J. W. Pepper & Son, Inc. had an up...
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Helicon

[physics] A helicon is a low frequency electromagnetic wave that can exist in plasmas in the presence of a magnetic field. The first helicons observed were atmospheric whistlers, but they also exist in solid conductors or any other electromagnetic plasma. Helicons have the special ability to propagate through pure metals, given conditions o...
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Helicon

Hel'i·con noun [ Latin , from Greek ....] A mountain in Bœotia, in Greece, supposed by the Greeks to be the residence of Apollo and the Muses. « From Helicon's harmonious springs A thousand rills their mazy progress take.» Gray.
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helicon

a bass or contrabass tuba built in a spiral circular form and resting on the shoulder. It is believed to have been invented in Russia but was ... [1 related articles]
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helicon

bass tuba
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Helicon

Helicon (hel'ikon) , Gr. Elikón, mountain group, c.20 mi (30 km) long, central Greece, in Boeotia; it rises to 5,736 ft (1,748 m). Helicon formed part of the border between ancient Boeotia and Phocis. In Greek legend it was the abode of the Muses and sacred to Apollo. The fountains of Hippo...
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helicon

helicon 1. A large spiral brass tuba-musical instrument that fits around the player's shoulder. 2. A tuba that coils over the shoulder of the musician.
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Helicon

Helicon was a mountain in central Greece, on which was situated a spring and a sanctuary sacred to the Muses.
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Helicon

Mountain in central Greece, on which was situated a spring and a sanctuary sacred to the Muses. ...
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Helicon

Mountain in central Greece, on which was situated a spring and a sanctuary sacred to the Muses
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helicon

[n] - a tuba that coils over the shoulder of the musician
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