eurythmy

[yoo-rith-mee, yuh-]

eurhythmy

or eu·ryth·my

[yoo-rith-mee, yuh-]
noun
  1. rhythmical movement or order; harmonious motion or proportion.

Origin of eurhythmy

1615–25; < Latin eurythmia < Greek eurythmía good proportion, gracefulness. See eu-, rhythm, -y3
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eurhythmy

esp US eurythmy

noun
  1. rhythmic movement
  2. harmonious structure

Word Origin for eurhythmy

C17: from Latin eurythmia, from Greek eurhuthmia, from eu- + rhuthmos proportion, rhythm
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