dithyramb definition

  • noun:
    • A frenzied, impassioned choric hymn and party of ancient Greece honoring Dionysus.
    • An irregular poetic appearance suggestive regarding the ancient Greek dithyramb.
    • A wildly passionate message or written piece.
    • A choral hymn sung in old Athens in honor of the god Dionysus.
    • A poem or oration in the same design.
    • a type of lyric poetry in honor of Bacchus, often sung by a band of revelers to a flute accompaniment; for this reason, overall, a poem printed in a wild irregular stress.
    • A frenzied, impassioned choric hymn and dance of old Greece honoring Dionysus.
    • A form of Greek lyric composition, initially a choral track in honor of Dionysus, later of various other gods, heroes, etc.
    • An irregular poetic expression suggestive of this ancient greek language dithyramb.
    • a wildly enthusiastic speech or piece of writing
    • A wildly enthusiastic speech or written piece.
    • (ancient Greece) a separate hymn (usually in honor of Dionysus)
    • A choral hymn sung in ancient Athens honoring the god Dionysus.
    • A poem or oration in the same design.
    • a type of lyric poetry in honor of Bacchus, typically sung by a band of revelers to a flute accompaniment; thus, as a whole, a poem written in a wild unusual stress.
    • a kind of Greek lyric structure, initially a choral track honoring Dionysus, afterwards of other gods, heroes, etc.
    • a wildly passionate address or write-up
    • (ancient Greece) a separate hymn (usually in honor of Dionysus)
    • A frenzied, impassioned choric hymn and party of old Greece in honor of Dionysus.
    • An irregular poetic phrase suggestive associated with ancient greek language dithyramb.
    • A wildly passionate address or written piece.
    • A choral hymn sung in ancient Athens in honor of the god Dionysus.
    • A poem or oration in identical style.
    • a type of lyric poetry in honor of Bacchus, frequently sung by a band of revelers to a flute accompaniment; for this reason, generally speaking, a poem written in a wild irregular stress.
    • A form of Greek lyric composition, initially a choral track honoring Dionysus, later of various other gods, heroes, etc.
    • a wildly enthusiastic address or write-up
    • (ancient Greece) a passionate hymn (usually in honor of Dionysus)

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