- en|har|mon|ic «EHN hahr MON ihk», adj noun. Music.–adj.1. having to do with notes on the scale with different names that have the same tone or sound on an instrument. Example: C sharp and D flat.2. having to do with or designating a scale, a style of music, or an instrument employing intervals smaller than a semitone, especially quarter tones.3. (in ancient Greek music) having to do with intervals smaller than a semitone.–n.enharmonic note, scale, or piece of music.╂[< Late Latin enharmonicus < Greek enarmónios < en- in + harmónios harmony; perhaps patterned on Greek harmonikós harmonic]–en´har|mon´i|cal|ly, adverb.
Useful english dictionary. 2012.