Definition of eurythmy in English:

eurythmy

Syllabification: eu·ryth·my
Pronunciation: /yo͝oˈriT͟Hmē
 
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noun

Origin

early 17th century (also as eurythmia in early use): via Latin from Greek euruthmia, from eu- 'well' + rhuthmos 'proportion, rhythm'.

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