Meaning of disconsonant in English:

disconsonant

Pronunciation /dɪˈskɒnsənənt/ /dɪˈskɒns(ə)nənt/

See synonyms for disconsonant

adjective

  • 1Not in accord or agreement; at variance; incongruous, incompatible. Compare "discordant". Frequently with with, from, † to, etc.

  • 2Of sound, especially music: not tuneful or harmonious; harsh, dissonant.

    Also in figurative contexts.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in John Norden (c1547–1625), cartographer. From dis- + consonant.