equisonance

Equisonance

E*quis"o*nance\, n. [Equi- + L. sonans, p. pr. of sonare to sound: cf. F. ['e]quisonnance. See Sonant.] (Mus.) An equal sounding; the consonance of the unison and its octaves.
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