- rhythmic movement
- harmonious proportion
- a method of teaching dancing or rhythmic movement, esp. to the recitation of verse or prose
Origin of eurythmyClassical Latin eurythmia from Classical Greek from eurythmos, rhythmic from eu- (see eu-) + rhythmos, rhythm
- Harmony of proportion in architecture.
- A system of rhythmical body movements performed to a recitation of verse or prose.
Origin of eurythmyLatin eurythmia from Greek euruthmiā from euruthmos rhythmic, well-proportioned eu- eu- rhuthmos proportion ; see rhythm .
From Ancient Greek εὐρυθμία (euruthmía, “rhythmical order”), from εὖ (eu, “well”) + ῥυθμός (rhuthmós, “symmetry”).