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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
pertaining to harmony, as distinguished from melody and rhythm.
Category: Music and Dance
marked by harmony; in harmony; concordant; consonant.
of, pertaining to, or noting a series of oscillations in which each oscillation has a frequency that is an integral multiple of the same basic frequency.
Math. (of a set of values) related in a manner analogous to the frequencies of tones that are consonant. capable of being represented by sine and cosine functions.
Category: Music and Dance
Ref: overtone (def. 1). 1
a single oscillation whose frequency is an integral multiple of the fundamental frequency.
Origin of harmonic:
1560–70; < L harmonicus < Gk harmonikós musical, suitable. See harmony , -ic
a tone that is a component of a complex sound
any of a series of musical tones whose frequencies are integral multiples of the frequency of a fundamental
of or relating to harmony as distinct from melody and rhythm
"subtleties of harmonic change and tonality"- Ralph Hill
of or relating to harmonics
of or relating to the branch of acoustics that studies the composition of musical sounds
"the sound of the resonating cavity cannot be the only determinant of the harmonic response"
relating to vibrations that occur as a result of vibrations in a nearby body
consonant, harmonic, harmonical, harmonized, harmonised(adj)
involving or characterized by harmony
a component frequency of the signal of a wave that is an integer multiple of the fundamental frequency
pertaining to harmony
pleasant to hear; harmonious; melodious
attribute of many mathematical entities that only in few cases are obviously related
alt. of Harmonical
a musical note produced by a number of vibrations which is a multiple of the number producing some other; an overtone. See Harmonics
A harmonic of a wave is a component frequency of the signal that is an integer multiple of the fundamental frequency, i.e. if the fundamental frequency is f, the harmonics have frequencies 2f, 3f, 4f, . . . etc. The harmonics have the property that they are all periodic at the fundamental frequency, therefore the sum of harmonics is also periodic at that frequency. Harmonic frequencies are equally spaced by the width of the fundamental frequency and can be found by repeatedly adding that frequency. For example, if the fundamental frequency is 25 Hz, the frequencies of the next harmonics are: 50 Hz, 75 Hz, 100 Hz etc.
A radio frequency multiplied one or more times.
Anagrams of harmonic
Translations for harmonic
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
of, or concerned with, especially musical harmony.
- welluidend, harmoniesAfrikaans
- تَوافُقي النَّغَم ، مُؤْتَلِفArabic
- harmônicoPortuguese (BR)
- داراي آهنگ يكنواختFarsi
- מִתמַזֵג יָפֶהHebrew
- अनुकूल, सुसंगतHindi
- harmonican, skladanCroatian
- mengenai harmoniIndonesian
- samhljóms-, hljómrænn; samhljómandi, samstillturIcelandic
- harmonijos, harmoningasLithuanian
- harmonijny, harmonicznyPolish
- داراي آهنگ يكنواختPersian
- هماهنګه ساز، ساز، موافقPashto
- armonic, bazat pe armonieRomanian
- 和聲的，和諧的Chinese (Trad.)
- гармонійний; злагодженийUkrainian
- موسیقیت سے متعلقUrdu
- hài hoà; hòa âmVietnamese
- 和声的，和谐的Chinese (Simp.)
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