Definition of Litui. Meaning of Litui. Synonyms of Litui

Definition of Litui. Meaning of Litui. Synonyms of Litui

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Definition of Litui

Litui
Lituus Lit"u*us, n.; pl. Litui. [L.] 1. (Rom. Antig.) (a) A curved staff used by the augurs in quartering the heavens. (b) An instrument of martial music; a kind of trumpet of a somewhat curved form and shrill note. 2. (Math.) A spiral whose polar equation is r^2[theta] = a; that is, a curve the square of whose radius vector varies inversely as the angle which the radius vector makes with a given line.

Meaning of Litui from wikipedia

- were always used in pairs, like the prehoistoric lurer. Unlike the Roman litui, the Etruscan instruments had detachable mouthpieces and in general appear...
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- the Ossegg monastery in Bohemia, which equates it with the hunting horn: "litui vulgo Waldhörner duo ex tono G". Nevertheless, in 1732 Johann Gottfried...
- the instrumentation of the motets, where that is specified. It is for two litui (an instrument which one source contends was a "horn" and "trumpet-like")...
- was later used in the Middle Ages to denote a military trumpet. Surviving litui are between 78 and 140 cm (31–55 in) long. Being the shortest of the Roman...
- tautinės sąjunga. pp. 217–218. OCLC 421089.  Zinkuvienė, Alia (2012-10-02). "Litui 90 metų! Ar sulauks 100?" (in Lithuanian). Respublika. Retrieved 2015-08-23...
- sat, nunnop tonzawi ka kaihna; Sangmang lapna ka khawlmual aw, siah leh litui cingkhawm ee [Guimang II, c. AD 1550]. (Translation): Native Dimtui which...
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