solmization [sol-muh-zey-shuh n, sohl-]
1. the act, process, or system of using certain syllables, especially the sol-fa syllables, to represent the tones of the scale.
Origin: 1720–30; < French solmisation, equivalent to solmis(er ) ( sol sol + mi mi + -iser -ize) + -ation -ation
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