|Origin:||rhythmus, from Greek, from rhein 'to flow'|
rhyth‧m [uncountable and countable]
a regular repeated pattern of sounds or movements [↪ metre]:
Drums are basic to African rhythm.
complicated dance rhythms
She started moving to the rhythm of the music.
the steady rhythm of her heartbeat
a regular pattern of changes:
the body's natural rhythms
Jim liked the rhythm of agricultural life.