Top Definition
A whole lot of barking dogs.
bar·coph·o·ny Audio Help /berˈkɒfəni/ Pronunciationbar-kof-uh-nee
–noun, plural -nies.
Origin: 7/13/2008; < NrL barcophonia < Grk barkophōnía. See barco-, -phony

1. Harsh discordance of excessive nuisance barking; dissonance due to multiple outbursts of barking. A cacophony of barks, howls, growls, and wails.
2. A discordant and meaningless mixture of barking sounds: the barcophony produced by all of your neighbors' dogs barking back and forth at each other.
3. Barking; frequent use of barking to purposely annoy or harass neighbors.

Origin: Charlie Kaz's response to greelightbandit video
Life's rough when you are foced to live with a barcophony morning, noon and night.

by Charlie Kaz July 13, 2008

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