harmony
[ˈhɑːməni]
NOUN
harmonies (plural noun)
  1. the combination of simultaneously sounded musical notes to produce a pleasing effect.
    "the piece owes its air of tranquillity largely to the harmony" ·
    "an exciting variety of improvised harmonies"
    synonyms:
    euphony · polyphony · consonance · tunefulness · melodiousness ·
    mellifluousness · mellifluence
    antonyms:
  2. an arrangement of the four Gospels, or of any parallel narratives, which presents a single continuous narrative text.
ORIGIN
late Middle English: via Old French from Latin harmonia ‘joining, concord’, from Greek, from harmos ‘joint’.
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How to use harmony in a sentence?
the service was performed with more harmony and less huddle than I have known it.
the upper parts of the harmony may be reduplicated at the octave above.
the piece owes its air of tranquillity largely to the harmony.
the two institutions worked side by side in complete harmony.
‘blue’ harmony emphasizing the flatted third and seventh.
delightful cities where old and new blend in harmony.
perceptions of colour, form, harmony, and proportion.
early experimenters with structure and harmony.
their bold approach to harmony and modulation.
an exciting variety of improvised harmonies.
we seek a harmony between body and spirit.
the chorus was sung in close harmony.
both members participate of harmony.
man and machine in perfect harmony.
How to say harmony in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)harmonie
Arabic (NOUN)الوئام, الانسجام, وئام, انسجام, التناغم, هارموني, تناغم, التالف, الوفاق, التوافق
Bangla সর্বধর্ম-সমন্বয়
Bosnian (Latin) sklad
Bulgarian (NOUN)хармония
Cantonese (Traditional) 和諧
Catalan (NOUN)harmonia, sintonia
Chinese Simplified 和谐
Chinese Traditional 和諧
Croatian (NOUN)sklad, slozi, sloga
Czech (NOUN)harmonii, souladu
Danish (NOUN)harmoni, samklang
Dutch (NOUN)harmonie, eendracht, overeenstemming
Fijian duavata
Finnish (NOUN)sopusoinnussa
French (NOUN)harmonie
German (NOUN)Harmonie, Einklang, Eintracht
Greek (NOUN)αρμονία, εναρμονισμένο
Haitian Creole amoni
Hebrew (NOUN)הרמוניה, ההרמוניה, בהרמוניה, להרמוניה, הארמוני, והרמוניה
Hindi (NOUN)सद्भाव, सामंजस्य, सौहार्द, समरसता
Hmong Daw sib raug zoo
Hungarian (NOUN)harmónia, összhang
Icelandic (NOUN)sátt, samhljóm, samræmi
Indonesian (NOUN)keselarasan, keharmonisan, kerukunan, keserasian, selaras
Italian (NOUN)armonia, sintonia, Concordia
Japanese (NOUN)調和, ハーモニー, 和声, 融和, 共生, 和, 和音
Kiswahili (NOUN)maelewano, uwiano, mapatano, utulivu, amani
Klingon 'eywI'
Korean (NOUN)하모니, 조화, 조화의, 화합, 조화가, 조화로
Latvian (NOUN)harmoniju, saskaņu
Lithuanian (NOUN)harmonija, santarvėje, suderinta, dera
Malagasy filaminana
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)keharmonian, harmoni
Maltese f'armonija
Norwegian Bokmål harmoni
Persian (NOUN)هماهنگی, هارمونی, آرامش
Polish (NOUN)harmonii, zgodzie, zgoda
Portuguese (NOUN)harmonia, sintonia
Querétaro Otomi armonía
Romanian (NOUN)armonie
Russian (NOUN)гармонии, сработанность, согласия
Samoan lotogatasi
Serbian (Cyrillic) хармонија
Serbian (Latin) harmonija
Slovak (NOUN)súlade
Slovenian (NOUN)harmoniji, soglasnost, sožitju, sozvočju, usklajenost
Spanish (NOUN)armonía, sintonía, Concordia
Swedish (NOUN)harmoni, samklang
Tahitian ma te au maite
Tamil நல்லிணக்கம்
Telugu సామరస్యం
Thai (NOUN)สามัคคี
Tongan Hamoni
Turkish (NOUN)uyum, armoni, ahenk, uyumu, ahengi, uyum sağlar
Ukrainian (NOUN)гармонії, злагоді, гладь
Urdu (NOUN)ہم آہنگی
Vietnamese (NOUN)hài hòa
Welsh (NOUN)cytgord, chytgord, harmoni, gytgord, gytûn
Yucatec Maya armonía
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