Complete Definition of "monody"

English

Etymology
From the Latin word, 'monodia', meaning a song sung by one person

Noun
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monody

  1. An ode, as in Greek drama, for a single voice
  2. A poem mourning the death of someone
  3. music A composition having a single melodic line

Derived terms
monodic
monodical
monodist

Category:Greek derivations

te:monody
vi:monody
zh:monody

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