благозвучие

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Etymology[edit]

From бла́го (blágo) +‎ -о- (-o-) +‎ звук (zvuk) +‎ -ие (-ije), a calque of German Wohllaut or Wohlklang. First attested in 1783.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [bləɡɐzˈvut͡ɕɪje]

Noun[edit]

благозву́чие (blagozvúčijen inan (genitive благозву́чия, nominative plural благозву́чия, genitive plural благозву́чий)

  1. harmony, euphony

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References[edit]

  • Arapova, N. S. (2000), “благозвучие”, in Kalʹki v russkom jazyke poslepetrovskovo perioda. Opyt slovarja [Calques in Post-Petrine Russian. An Essay of a Dictionary] (in Russian), Moscow: Moscow University Press, page 57