[ voks hyoo-mey-nuh, -mah-, -man-uh ]
/ ˈvɒks hyuˈmeɪ nə, -ˈmɑ-, -ˈmæn ə /
a pipe-organ stop designed to produce tones resembling those of the human voice.
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Origin of vox humana
First recorded in 1720–30, vox humana is from the Latin word vōx humāna human voice
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British Dictionary definitions for vox humana
/ (hjuːˈmɑːnə) /
a reed stop on an organ supposedly imitative of the human voice
Word Origin for vox humana
C18: from Latin: human voice
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