One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
As a musical direction (especially in the works of Elgar): in a noble manner, with grandeur, majestically.
Played in a nobilmente manner; suited to or characterized by such playing.
Nobilmente playing as a characteristic of a piece of music; a passage to be played in this manner.
Late 19th century. From Italian nobilmente nobly from nobile + -mente, suffix forming adverbs.
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