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music (n.)

mid 13 c., musike, ‘a pleasing succession of sounds or combination of sounds; the science of combining sounds in rhythmic, melodic and (later) harmonic order,’ from Old French musique, (12 c.) and directly from Latin musica, ‘the art of music,’ also including poetry (also source of Spanish musica, the Italian musica, Old High German mosica, German Musik, Dutch muziek, Danish musik), from Greek mousike (techne), ‘(art) of the Muses,’ from fem. mousikos ‘pertaining to the Muses; musical; educated,’ from Mousa ‘Muse’ (see muse (n.))”

[from Etymonline(.com); Online Etymological Ra-Search Ra-Source]

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