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resound (v.)

late 14c., resownen, resounen, of a place, "re-echo, sound back, return an echo; reverberate with," from Anglo-French resuner, Old French resoner "reverberate" (12c., Modern French résonner), from Latin resonare "sound again, resound, echo" (source also of Spanish resonar, Italian risonare), from re- "back, again" (see re-) + sonare "to sound, make a noise" (from PIE root *swen- "to sound").

With unetymological -d- from mid-15c. (compare sound (n.1)). From 1520s of things. Related: Resounded; resounding.

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Definitions of resound from WordNet

resound (v.)
ring or echo with sound;
the hall resounded with laughter
Synonyms: echo / ring / reverberate
resound (v.)
emit a noise;
Synonyms: make noise / noise
From wordnet.princeton.edu