Definition of Epicedium

1. n. An epicede.



Definition of Epicedium

1. Noun. dirge, lament, elegy ¹

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Definition of Epicedium

1. a funeral song [n -DIA]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epicedium

epicardiac
epicardial
epicardial fat sign
epicardially
epicardium
epicaricacy
epicarican
epicarp
epicarpal
epicarps
epicatechin
epicede
epicedes
epicedia
epicedial
epicedium (current term)
epicellular
epicene
epicene pronoun
epicene pronouns
epicenes
epicenism
epicenisms
epicenter
epicenters
epicentra
epicentral
epicentre
epicentres
epicentrum

Literary usage of Epicedium

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1. All That's Kentucky: An Anthology by Josiah Henry Combs (1915)
"You must be tired. Share in our feast, Homeric sire; Thanks to the Muse for such a lyre! epicedium —5. C. Mercer. ..."

2. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of the Christian People by William Sewel (1844)
"Francis Howgill then gave forth a kind of epicedium, which though in prose, yet was not void of poetical expressions, and was as followeth : 4 Shall days, ..."

3. Universal Biography: Containing a Copious Account, Critical and Historical ...by John Lemprière by John Lemprière (1810)
"... epicedium No N si us, Peter, or N UNES, a mathematician, born in 1497, at Alcazar in Portugal. He taught mathematics at Coimbra, and was preceptor to ..."

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