unison etymology

English word unison comes from Latin sonus, Latin uni- (One; uni-.)

Detailed word origin of unison

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
sonus Latin (lat) (figuratively) tone, character, style. Sound, noise; pitch; speech.
uni- Latin (lat) One; uni-.
unisonus Malayalam (mal)
unisson Middle French (frm)
unisoun Middle English (enm)
unison English (eng) (music) The simultaneous playing of an identical note more than once.. The state of being together, in harmony, at the same time, as one, synchronized.

Words with the same origin as unison

Descendants of sonus
sonic sound sounded sounding soundtrack ultrasound
Descendants of uni-
uni universe varsity