Definition of aeoline in English:

aeoline

(also eoline)

noun

  • 1historical
    An early form of harmonium. Now historical.

  • 2A soft string-toned organ stop of 8' pitch, found on both pipe and reed organs.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Musical Magazine. From German Aeoline from classical Latin Aeolus + German -ine (in e.g. Violine).

Pronunciation:

aeoline

/ˈiːəlʌɪn/