hyperinstrument etymology

English word hyperinstrument comes from English hyper-, English instrument

Detailed word origin of hyperinstrument

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
hyper- English (eng) Excessive. Existing in more than three spatial dimensions. Linked non-sequentially. Over, above or beyond.
instrument English (eng) (transitive) To apply measuring devices.. (transitive) To devise, conceive, cook up, plan.. To perform upon an instrument; to prepare for an instrument. (figuratively) A person used as a mere tool for achieving a goal.. (legal) A legal document, such as a contract, deed, trust, mortgage, power, indenture, or will.. A device used to produce music.. A means or agency for achieving an effect.. [...]
hyperinstrument English (eng) (musical instruments) Any musical instrument whose output is transformed by computer control.

Words with the same origin as hyperinstrument

Descendants of hyper-
hyperactive hyperalphalipoproteinemia hyperbaric hyperdrive hyperestrogenic hypergranularity hyperinvasive hyperkähler hyperlacticemia hyperlipidaemia hypermeter hypermiling hyperoperator hyperrational hypersensitive hypersensitivity hypersleep hyperspace hyperspeed hypersynchronous hypertension hypertoxic hypertriacylglycerolemia hyperventilate