noun, plural é·tudes [ey-toodz, ey-tyoodz, ey-toodz, ey-tyoodz; French ey-tyd]. /ˈeɪ tudz, ˈeɪ tyudz, eɪˈtudz, eɪˈtyudz; French eɪˈtüd/.
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Etude sur les diverses grandeurs, Paris, Gauthier-Villars, 1897.
Unquī′etness, state of disturbance, restlessness; Unquī′etude, inquietude.
Varvara Pavlovna played a brilliant and difficult etude by Hertz very correctly.A House of Gentlefolk|Ivan Turgenev
But why not select an easy Etude by Chopin and make a start?Piano Playing|Josef Hofmann
Opus 10, No. 5, is the "Black Key" etude, so called because all the notes of the right hand are on black keys.The Pianolist|Gustav Kobb