noun, plural au·loi [aw-loi] /ˈɔ lɔɪ/.
- aulic council,
- aum shinrikyo,
Origin of aulos
Examples from the Web for aulos
The bore of the aulos was very much narrower than that of the clarinet.
How then about makers of the flute (aulos) and players on the flute?The Modes of Ancient Greek Music|David Binning Monro
On a mosaic of Monnus in Trves10 is represented an aulos which also appears to have a beak-shaped mouthpiece.
The probability is that both single and double reeds were at times used with the Greek aulos and the Roman tibia.
This is more fully explained in the articles Clarinet and Aulos.