Etymology
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vivace (adv.)

1680s, from Italian vivace "brisk, lively," from Latin vivac-, stem of vivax "lively, vigorous; long-lived, enduring," from PIE root *gwei- "to live."

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Definitions of vivace
1
vivace (adv.)
lively, in music;
play this section vivace!
2
vivace (adj.)
(of tempo) very fast and lively;
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