venite

Music based on the text of Psalm 95, Venite, exultemus Domino (Latin `O come let us sing unto the Lord`). It is sung at Anglican
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Venite

Ve┬Ěni'te noun [ Latin , come, imperative 2d person plural So called from its opening word in the Latin version.] (Eccl.) The 95th Psalm, which is said or sung regularly in the public worship of many churches. Also, a musical composition adapted to this Psalm.
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venite

The 95th Psalm, which is said or sung regularly in the public worship of many churches. Also, a musical composition adapted to this Psalm. ... Origin: L, come, imperative 2d person pl. So called from its opening word in the Latin version. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Venite

• (n.) The 95th Psalm, which is said or sung regularly in the public worship of many churches. Also, a musical composition adapted to this Psalm.
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Venite

Venite (vēnī'tē) [Lat.,=come], Psalm 95, so called from its opening, “O come, let us sing unto the Lord.” It is the opening psalm of the Roman Catholic matins and of the Anglican morning prayer.
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Venite

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