- the mouth of a river
- the mouthpiece of a wind instrument
- the method of applying the lips and tongue to the mouthpiece of a wind instrument
Origin of embouchureFrench from emboucher, to put into the mouth from Vulgar Latin an unverified form imbuccare from Classical Latin in, in + bucca, the cheek: see buccal
- The mouth of a river.
- Music a. The mouthpiece of a woodwind or brass instrument.b. The manner in which the lips and tongue are applied to such a mouthpiece.
Origin of embouchureFrench from emboucher to put or go into the mouth from Old French en- in ; see en- 1. bouche mouth ( from Latin bucca cheek )
From French embouchure, from emboucher.