mellifluous adj : pleasing to the ear; "the dulcet tones of the cello" [syn: dulcet, honeyed, mellisonant, sweet]
EtymologyFrom the Latin mellitus, honeyed/sweet + fluus, flowing.
- Flowing like honey.
- Sweet and smooth; generally used of a person's voice, tone or writing style.
- Kurdish: herrikbar
- Russian: медоточивый
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