Common misspellings for clef:
califor, colver, thelf, clet, claf, clif, claifly, roleof, clrea, cleo, cler, yielf, culerfole, selef, cclear, lef, quilafy, coef, cle, caler, careof, kilduff, claifiy, clen, clifs, culer, clife, clep, cleff, chelf, elief, balef, gulkf, codeof, clafin, clery, clift, gulff, clea, thuglife, clerify, relef, clearfy, calledf, cleryfy, slef, cvlear, calpuff, hlaf, telfa, clarfy, closef, colfer, cliet, cualify, llfe, coulf, calify, kalthv, couldf, cholify, cleet, sleff, glowf, clearfiy, clech, claeb, qalify, clera, shlef, clff, clete, qulify, bleff, cklear, callif, klife, clrify, cley, clavw, belef, cef, clere, clarfiy, qyalify, cleb, ilfe, clth, oakleaf, elev, clevr, clevor, caseof, clert, claify, laef, qulifiy, clevar, kleft, clearfie, clearof, callfor, caeful, cleer, colem, collefe, culen, clerval, cller, selof, cleaify, glolf, reluf, fgolf, cles, cleve, clem, cluely, clifff, cief, clewar, cleear, clerc, magaluf, clarefy, cluj, blief, kahlef, cleae, calirfy, cled, bielf, blif, cxf, clenn, cliffe, clfford, cluel, colorfu, culver, jfljf, cunliffe, klet, clive, xlef, vlef, flef, dlef, ckef, cpef, clwf, clsf, cldf, clrf, cl4f, cl3f, clec, clev, cleg, xclef, cxlef, vclef, cvlef, fclef, cflef, dclef, cdlef, cklef, clkef, cplef, clpef, colef, cloef, clwef, clewf, clsef, clesf, cldef, cledf, clref, clerf, cl4ef, cle4f, cl3ef, cle3f, clefd, clecf, clefc, clevf, clefv, clegf, clefg, cletf, cleft, clefr, lcef, clfe, cllef, cleef, klef, glef, alef, cdef, cmef, cluf, clmf, clgf, cl ef, cle f.
Definition of clef:
- A character used in musical notation to determine the position and pitch of the scale as represented on the staff.
- A figure on each staff in music to show the pitch of all the notes on one particular line or space.
- A character in music which determines the key or position on the scale of the notes that follow it.
- A character in music which indicates the key.
- A character at the beginning of a staff to determine the degree of elevation occupied by that staff in the system, and to point out the names of all the notes contained in the line of that clef.
- In a piece of music, a figure placed at the beginning of each stave to tell its pitch, or the degree of elevation in which it is to be sung.