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clangor (n.)

"a sharp, metallic, ringing sound," 1590s, from Latin clangor "sound of trumpets (Virgil), birds (Ovid), etc.," from clangere "to clang," echoic (compare clang).

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Definitions of clangor from WordNet
1
clangor (v.)
make a loud resonant noise;
the alarm clangored throughout the building
Synonyms: clangour
clangor (v.)
make a loud noise;
Synonyms: clang
2
clangor (n.)
a loud resonant repeating noise;
Synonyms: clang / clangour / clangoring / clank / clash / crash
From wordnet.princeton.edu