Roulade meaning

ro͝o-läd'
An embellishment consisting of a rapid run of several notes sung to one syllable.
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A musical ornament consisting of a rapid succession of tones sung to one syllable.
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A slice of meat rolled, usually with a filling of minced meat, and cooked.
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(music) An elaborate embellishment of several notes sung to one syllable.
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A slice of meat that is rolled up, stuffed, and cooked.
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Origin of roulade

  • French from rouler to roll from Old French roler roll
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From French roulade, from rouler (“to roll"), from Old French roler.
    From Wiktionary