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concent

[ kuhn-sent ]
/ kənˈsɛnt /
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noun Archaic.
concord of sound, voices, etc.; harmony.
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Origin of concent

1575–85; <Latin concentus harmony, chorus, literally, singing or playing together, equivalent to concen-, variant stem of concinere to sing together (con-con- + -cinere, combining form of canere to sing; cf. chant) + -tus suffix of v. action
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British Dictionary definitions for concent

concent
/ (kənˈsɛnt) /

noun
archaic a concord, as of sounds, voices, etc

Word Origin for concent

C16: from Latin concentus harmonious sounds, from concinere to sing together, from canere to sing
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