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Etymology of the Latin word harmonia

the Latin word harmonia (harmony, concord)
derived from the Greek word harmonia, ἁρμονία
derived from the Greek word harmos, ἁρμός
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *ar-
derived from the Greek word armozo, ἁρμόζω (to joint; to woo (reflexively, to betroth))

Derivations in other languages

French armonie, French harmonie, Italian armonia



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