How to use nt. wt. in a sentence
I doa'nt swallow that story o' her'n. Depend upon it, man, it be a big lie fro' beginning to end.The World Before Them|Susanna Moodie
The answer suggested is that there were anciently seven strings, and that Terpander left out the Trit and added the Nt.
Here the Mes is again the arch or beginning, but the order is the ascending one, and consequently the Nt is the end.
Or should we say that the note omitted was not Nt, but the present Parames and the interval of a tone (i.e. the disjunctive tone)?
The scale of a lyre was usually the standard octave from Hypat to Nt: and that octave might be in any one key.