Eutony… a soft, almost gentle sounding word, isn’t it? The way this unique word slips off the tongue is in deference to its meaning which refers to the pleasantness of a word’s sound. But embracing this awareness allows one to tumble down a tumultuous rabbit hole of possibilities in and of itself… because of the way the word “eutony” sounds– soft, gentle and pleasant– does it also mean that eutony is an example of onomatopoeia? Or perhaps phono(a)esthemic? Autological, echoic or all or some of the above? Linguistics is a labyrinth… an idea dancing across a multitude of possibilities…
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