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  1. har·mo·ny
    IPA[ˈhärmənē]
  2. noun

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: harmony, plural noun: harmonies

    • noun

      the combination of simultaneously sounded musical notes to produce a pleasing effect:

      the quality of forming a pleasing and consistent whole:

    • noun

      harmony in which the notes of the chord are close together, typically in vocal music:
    • noun

      the phenomenon in some languages, e.g., Turkish, in which all the vowels in a word are members of the same subclass, for example all front vowels or all back vowels.
    • noun

      harmony in which the notes of the chord are close together, typically in vocal music:
    • noun

      the phenomenon in some languages, e.g. Turkish, for all the vowels in a word to be members of the same subclass, for example all front vowels or all back vowels.
    • the natural harmonic tones supposedly produced by the movement of the celestial spheres or the bodies fixed in them
    • the natural harmonic tones supposedly produced by the movement of the celestial spheres or the bodies fixed in them
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