Definition of Eurythmy

1. Noun. The interpretation in harmonious bodily movements of the rhythm of musical compositions; used to teach musical understanding.




Definition of Eurythmy

1. n. Just or harmonious proportion or movement, as in the composition of a poem, an edifice, a painting, or a statue.

Definition of Eurythmy

1. Noun. The harmony of features and proportion in architecture. ¹

2. Noun. Graceful body movements to rhythm of spoken words. ¹

3. Noun. (medicine) Healthy, normal beating of the pulse. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Eurythmy

1. harmony of movement or structure [n -MIES]

Medical Definition of Eurythmy

1. 1. Just or harmonious proportion or movement, as in the composition of a poem, an edifice, a painting, or a statue. 2. Regularly of the pulse. Origin: L. Eurythmia, Gr.; well + rhythm, measure, proportion, symmetry: cf. F. Eurythmie. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eurythmy

euryphagous
eurypterid
eurypterids
eurypteroid
eurypteroidea
eurypterus
eurysomatic
eurytherm
eurythermal
eurythermic
eurythermous
eurytherms
eurythmic
eurythmics
eurythmies
eurythmy (current term)
eurytopic
euscope
euskaltegi
eusocial
eusociality
eusol
eusols
eusporangiate
eusporangium
eustachian
eustachian catheter
eustachian cushion
eustachian tonsil
eustachian tube

Literary usage of Eurythmy

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1. Finis pyramidis; or, Disquisitions concerning the antiquity and scientific by Thomas Gabb (1806)
"Whoever attentively compares these definitions of eurythmy and symmetry, must surely discern the former to be of a nature to convey information by the sight ..."

2. Child Training as an Exact Science: A Treatise Based Upon the Principles of by George W. Jacoby (1914)
"The Greeks realized their idea of the beautiful in part by aid of eurythmy, a fact all the more astonishing because they had but the most meager notions of ..."

3. A Manual of Historic Ornament, Treating Upon the Evolution, Tradition, and by Richard Glazier (1906)
"... Variety implies difference in the details, with respect to form or type; eurythmy signifies rhythms or harmony in ornament; Contrast is the arrangement ..."

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