Definition of Lullabies

1. Noun. (plural of lullaby) ¹



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Definition of Lullabies

1. lullaby [v] - See also: lullaby

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lullabies

luiten
lujvo
lukewarm
lukewarmly
lukewarmness
lukewarmnesses
lukkedoerendunandurraskewdylooshoofermoyportertooryzooysphalnabortansporthaokansakroidverjkapakkapuk
lukrahnite
lul
lulav
luliberin
lulibub
lulibubs
lull
lullabied
lullabies (current term)
lullable
lullaby
lullabying
lullabylike
lulled
luller
lullers
lulling
lullingly
lulls
lulu
lulus
lulzacite

Literary usage of Lullabies

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1907)
"Among the Sioux Indians the lullabies are in use to-day as they were before the time when the white man appeared. The Sioux are supposed to have migrated ..."

2. Listening Lessons in Music, Graded for Schools by Agnes Moore Fryberger (1916)
"(b) lullabies. It is desirable to continue use of lullabies in this period, since in the adolescent age, when the girl has put away her dolls, ..."

3. The goede vrouw of Mana-ha-ta at home and in society, 1609-1760 by John King Van Rensselaer (1898)
"Homes of the Settlers Birth and Christening Customs — Caudle-parties — Christening-gifts — Izer-cookies — Folk-lore — lullabies and Fireside Tales —The Aan- ..."

4. The Goede Vrouw of Mana-ha-ta at Home and in Society, 1609-1760 by John King Van Rensselaer (1898)
"Homes of the Settlers Birth and Christening Customs — Caudle-parties — Christening-gifts — Izer-cookies — Folk-lore — lullabies and Fireside Tales — The ..."

5. The Nursery Rhymes of England by james orchard HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS (1886)
"... CLASS—lullabies. -—*» II • * — tWi CCCLXXX. baby, my doll, 1 pray yon don't • - cry, And I'll pive yon some bread and some milk l)v and bye ; Or, ..."

6. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1911)
"lullabies OF VARIOUS LANDS. [May be given by 8, or by 8 groups of any number of children, dressed in costumes of nations represented. ..."

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