Definition of syntony
1 : the state of being normally responsive to and in harmony with the environment
2 : resonance 1b(2)
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Origin and Etymology of syntony
Greek syntonia agreement, from syntonos being in harmony (from syn- + tonos voice, pitch) + -ia -y — more at tone
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