Definition of panharmony in US English:

panharmony

noun

Philosophy
rare
  • Universal or general harmony.

Origin

Mid 17th century. Originally from post-classical Latin panarmonia from pan- + classical Latin harmonia, after ancient Greek παναρμόνιος all-harmonious; in later use from pan- + harmony. Compare French panharmonie.

Pronunciation

panharmony

/ˌpanˈhɑːməni/