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sopranon. [It., fr. soprano superior, highest, fr. sopra above, L. supra. See Sovereign.].
     The treble; the highest vocal register; the highest kind of female or boy's voice; the upper part in harmony for mixed voices.  [1913 Webster]


soprano, n. (pl. -os or soprani)
1 a the highest singing-voice. b a female or boy singer with this voice. c a part written for it.
2 a an instrument of a high or the highest pitch in its family. b its player.

soprano-clef an obsolete clef placing middle C on the lowest line of the staff.
It. f. sopra above f. L supra



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