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sonatina

[son-uh-tee-nuh; Italian saw-nah-tee-nah] /ˌsɒn əˈti nə; Italian ˌsɔ nɑˈti nɑ/
noun, plural sonatinas, sonatine
[son-uh-tee-ney; Italian saw-nah-tee-ne] /ˌsɒn əˈti neɪ; Italian ˌsɔ nɑˈti nɛ/ (Show IPA).
Music.
1.
a short or simplified sonata.
Origin of sonatina
1715-1725
1715-25; < Italian, diminutive of sonata
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British Dictionary definitions for sonatine

sonatina

/ˌsɒnəˈtiːnə/
noun
1.
a short sonata
Word Origin
C19: from Italian
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Word Origin and History for sonatine

sonatina

n.

short or simplified sonata, 1801, a diminutive of sonata.

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