Definition of vox humana in English:

vox humana

Syllabification: vox hu·ma·na
Pronunciation: /ˈväks (h)yo͞oˈmänə, -ˈmanə, -ˈmānə
 
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noun

An organ stop with a tone supposedly resembling the human voice.
More example sentences
  • The tone of the Vox Humana is not particularly unique; other Regals produce similar sounds.

Origin

early 18th century: from Latin, literally 'human voice'.

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