Etymology
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sonority (n.)

1620s, from French sonorité and directly from Latin sonoritas "fullness of sound," from sonorus (see sonorous).

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Definitions of sonority

sonority (n.)
having the character of a loud deep sound; the quality of being resonant;
Synonyms: plangency / resonance / reverberance / ringing / sonorousness / vibrancy
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