|concord (ˈkɒnkɔːd, ˈkɒŋ-)|
|1.||agreement or harmony between people or nations; amity|
|2.||a treaty establishing peaceful relations between nations|
|3.||agreement or harmony between things, ideas, etc|
|4.||music Compare discord a combination of musical notes, esp one containing a series of consonant intervals|
|5.||grammar another word for agreement|
|[C13: from Old French concorde, from Latin concordia, from concors of the same mind, harmonious, from com- same + cor heart]|
|1.||a town in NE Massachusetts: scene of one of the opening military actions (1775) of the War of American Independence. Pop: 16 937 (2003 est)|
|2.||a city in New Hampshire, the state capital: printing, publishing. Pop: 41 823 (2003 est)|
|N.H., Abbreviation: NH a state of the northeastern US: generally hilly. Capital: Concord. Pop: 1 287 687 (2003 est). Area: 23 379 sq km (9027 sq miles)|
State in the northeastern United States; one of the New England states. Bordered by Quebec, Canada, to the north; Maine to the east; Massachusetts to the south; and Vermont to the west. Its capital is Concord, and its largest city is Manchester.
Note: One of the thirteen colonies.