tonal

adjective employing variations in pitch to distinguish meanings of otherwise similar words; `Chinese is a tonal language`
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tonal

adjective having tonality; i.e. tones and chords organized in relation to one tone such as a keynote or tonic
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Tonal

[mythology] Tonal (To nal) is a concept within the study of Mesoamerican religion, myth, folklore and anthropology. It refers to the belief found in many indigenous Mesoamerican cultures that a person upon being born acquires a close spiritual link to an animal, a link that lasts throughout the lives of both creatures. It is in this way sim...
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Tonal

Based on principles of major-minor tonality, as distinct from modal.
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Tonal

Pertains to tone or tones.
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tonal

tonal 1. Of or relating to tones, a tone, or tonality. 2. Relating to music written in a harmonic system in which there is a key.
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tonal

[adj] - (music) having tonality
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