Threnody

A threnody is a song, hymn or poem of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person. The term originates from the Greek word threnoidia, from threnos `wailing` and oide `ode`; ultimately, from the Proto-Indo-European root *wed- (`to speak`) that is also the precursor of such words as `ode`, `tragedy`, `comedy`, `parody...
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Threnody

• (n.) A song of lamentation; a threnode.
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Threnody

Thren'o·dy noun [ Greek ...; ... a dirge + ... a song. See Threne , and Ode .] A song of lamentation; a threnode. Sir T. Herbert.
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Threnody

Another term for a dirge.
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threnody

Genre of poetry and song, mourning the death of a person or people, similar to a lament
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threnody

ode or song of lamentation; lament; dirge
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Threnody

Poem of lamentation. See elegy.
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threnody

threnody (Greek) A song of lamentation for the dead. From Greek threnoidia, from threnos, 'lament' plus oide, 'song'.
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