Origin of harmonicon
1815–25; noun use of Greek harmonikón, neuter of harmonikós harmonic
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Examples from the Web for harmonicon
For Charles Augustus, she selected an harmonicon, and toys for the other three Howes.Elsie Marley, Honey</p>
A wheezing strain from the harmonicon followed her into the May sunshine, then ended, abruptly;—Mrs. Price had begun!Quaint Courtships
As a matter of fact, it was the very best sort of Harmonicon and specially made to the scale of the Hotel.Kipps
H. G. Wells
A band of music, consisting of drums, harmonicon and small hautboys, accompanied them.
He was quite a musician, and touched the harmonicon, banjo and accordeon with skill and feeling.