DIAPENTE

, is the perfect fifth or second of the concords, making an octave with the Diatessaron. The lengths of the chords are as 3 to 2.

DIAPHONOUS Body or Medium, one that is translucent, or through which the rays of light easily pass; as water, air, glass, talc, fine porcelain, &c. See Transparency.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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DIAGRAM
DIAL
DIALLING
DIAMETER
DIAPASON
* DIAPENTE
DIAPHONICS
DIASTYLE
DIATESSARON
DIATONIC
DIESIS