Calliphony means: CALLIPHONY : A collection of melodious, harmonious sounds that are embodied unassisted in the collectively blissful expression of pregnantly joyous euphony. CALLIPHONY (as yet uncoined) is an obvious opposite to the well-known adjective CACOPHONY. It is currently lacking in any other articulately or accurately quotable antithesis. ORIGIN OF CALLIPHONY: The roots of CALLIPHONY come from the Greek words CALLI AND CACO. These terms mean ‘Beautiful and ‘Ugly.’ When used as prefaces to the following nouns, they should be added hither thither. Opposite: CACO-PHONY. (in Community Dictionary, added by Whisternefet)