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  • 1 Elegy — Studioalbum von Amorphis Veröffentlichung 14. Mai 1996 Label Relapse Records Format …

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  • 2 Elegy — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Elegy Título Elegy Ficha técnica Dirección Isabel Coixet Producción Tom Rosenberg …

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  • 3 Elegy — Мини альбом Leaves’ Eyes Дата выпуска 2 мая 2005 года Жанр Симфоник метал …

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  • 4 elegy — elegy, eulogy An elegy was originally a lament for the dead, of which literary examples are Milton s Lycidas (1637) and Shelley s Adonais (1821). In the course of time, it came to mean any sorrowful poem or one written in the metre associated… …

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  • 5 elegy — [el′ə jē] n. pl. elegies [Fr élégie < L elegia < Gr elegeia < elegos, a lament < ? IE base * el > ALMS] 1. any poem in elegiac verse 2. a poem or song of lament and praise for the dead, as Shelley s “Adonais” 3. any poem, song, etc …

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  • 6 Elegy — El e*gy, n.; pl. {Elegies}. [L. elegia, Gr. ?, fem. sing. (cf. ?, prop., neut. pl. of ? a distich in elegiac verse), fr. ? elegiac, fr. ? a song of mourning.] A mournful or plaintive poem; a funereal song; a poem of lamentation. Shak. [1913… …

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  • 7 elegy — 1510s, from M.Fr. elegie, from L. elegia, from Gk. elegeia ode an elegaic song, from elegeia, fem. of elegeios elegaic, from elegos poem or song of lament, perhaps from a Phrygian word …

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  • 8 elegy — [n] dirge death song, funeral song, knell, lament, plaint, requiem, threnody; concepts 262,293,595 …

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  • 9 elegy — ► NOUN (pl. elegies) ▪ a mournful poem, typically a lament for the dead. ORIGIN Greek elegos mournful poem …

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  • 10 Elegy — The term elegy was originally used for a type of poetic meter (Elegiac metre), but is also used for a poem of mourning, from the Greek elegos , a reflection on the death of someone or on a sorrow generally which is a form of lyric poetry. An… …

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  • 11 Elegy — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Cet article possède un paronyme, voir : Élégie (homonymie). Elegy est la traduction anglaise du mot élégie. Il p …

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  • 12 elegy — /el i jee/, n., pl. elegies. 1. a mournful, melancholy, or plaintive poem, esp. a funeral song or a lament for the dead. 2. a poem written in elegiac meter. 3. a sad or mournful musical composition. [1505 15; ( < MF) < L elegia < Gk elegeía, orig …

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  • 13 Elegy (EP) — Infobox Album Name = Elegy Type = ep Artist = Leaves Eyes Released = May 2nd, 2005 Recorded = 2005 Genre = Symphonic metal Length = 24.58 Label = Napalm Producer = Alexander Krull Last album = Lovelorn (2004) This album = Elegy (2005) Next album …

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  • 14 Elegy (ep) — Infobox Album | Name = Elegy Type = ep Artist = Switchblade Symphony Released = 1992 Recorded = Genre = Gothic rock Length = Label = Producer(s) = Last album = Fable (1991) This album = Elegy (1992) Next album = Serpentine Gallery (1995)This demo …

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  • 15 elegy — [[t]e̱lɪʤi[/t]] elegies N COUNT An elegy is a sad poem, often about someone who has died. ...a touching elegy for a lost friend …

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  • 16 elegy — UK [ˈelədʒɪ] / US noun [countable] Word forms elegy : singular elegy plural elegies literature a poem or other piece of writing expressing sadness, usually about someone s death …

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  • 17 elegy — Synonyms and related words: English sonnet, Horatian ode, Italian sonnet, Petrarchan sonnet, Pindaric ode, Sapphic ode, Shakespearean sonnet, alba, anacreontic, balada, ballad, ballade, bucolic, canso, chanson, clerihew, coronach, dead march,… …

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  • 18 elegy — elegia ит. [эледжи/а] élégie фр. [элежи/] Elegie нем. [элеги/] elegy англ. [э/лиджи] элегия …

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  • 19 elegy — noun (C) a poem or song written to show sadness for someone or something that no longer exists: an elegy to Lenny s memory …

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  • 20 elegy — noun an elegy for his father Syn: lament, requiem, threnody, dirge; literary plaint; Irish keen …

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