euphonia

[yoo-foh-nee-uh, -fohn-yuh]
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noun

any of several small tanagers of the genus Euphonia, having a melodious song, most species of which have yellow and glossy black plumage.

Origin of euphonia

From New Latin, dating back to 1585–95; see origin at euphony
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Historical Examples of euphonia

  • It is termed eclipsis by the Irish grammarians, and is an evidence of a nice attention to euphonia.