Part of speech: noun
Origin: French, 14th century
Agreement or harmony between people or groups.
A chord that is pleasing or satisfactory in itself.
Examples of Concord in a sentence
"The two sides of the case reached a concord in mediation."
"Jerry played a variety of concords on his Gibson guitar."
Popularity Over Time
This is a Middle English word from the Old French “concorde.” That stems from the Latin “concordia” from “concors,” meaning “of one mind.” Con- means “together” + cord-, meaning “heart.”
Did you Know?
Another use for “concord” is via the Concord grape, a dessert grape developed in Concord, Massachusetts. It’s a versatile grape used for wine, juice, table grapes, jelly, and more.