Rare pleasing in sound; melodious; musical
Origin of canorousClassical Latin canorus ; from canor, a tune ; from canere, sing: see chant
Richly melodious; tuneful: “Edward R. Murrow's canorous broadcasts of the blitz of London” (Newsweek).
Origin of canorousFrom Latin can&omacron;rus, from canor, tune, from canere, to sing; see kan- in Indo-European roots.
From Latin canōrus.