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Definition of Euphonic

Euphonic
Euphonic Eu*phon"ic, Euphonical Eu*phon"ic*al, a. Pertaining to, or exhibiting, euphony; agreeable in sound; pleasing to the ear; euphonious; as, a euphonic expression; euphonical orthography.

Meaning of Euphonic from wikipedia

- Onomatopoeia Phonestheme Phono-semantic matching Phonosemantics Sandhi ("euphonic" rules in Sanskrit grammar) Vogon poetry Vowel harmony Howells attributes...
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