I have assumed it, therefore, as a title, as much from its antiquity as for its euphony.
I have retained several of the French names, on account of their measure and euphony.
“Swampville” was euphony, and “Mud Creek” soft music in comparison!
The question, however, is a question of euphony, rather than of aught else.
That is the name—and in the interest of euphony it is impossible not to regret the fact.
These may in a great measure be traced to euphony combined with originality.
These, and some other changes, are made for the sake of euphony.
Here even standard English has had to make concessions to euphony.
The other reason given to vindicate the polite pronunciation, is euphony.
It only incumbers it and interferes with the flow and euphony.