melodist

  • 1 melodist — MELODÍST, Ă, melodişti, ste, s.m. şi f. Compozitor de melodii; muzician care concepe melodia ca element esenţial în muzică; compozitor la care predomină elementul melodic. – Din fr. mélodiste. Trimis de LauraGellner, 27.05.2004. Sursa: DEX 98 … …

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  • 2 Melodist — Mel o*dist, n. [Cf. F. m[ e]lodiste.] A composer or singer of melodies. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3 melodist — [mel′ə dist] n. a singer or composer of melodies …

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  • 4 melodist — noun Date: 1789 1. singer 2. a composer of melodies …

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  • 5 melodist — /mel euh dist/, n. a composer or a singer of melodies. [1780 90; MELOD(Y) + IST] * * * …

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  • 6 melodist — noun A performer or composer of melodies …

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  • 7 Melodist — Me|lo|dịst, der; en, en [kirchenlat. melodista]: Verfasser von Melodien für Kirchenlieder …

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  • 8 melodist — Synonyms and related words: Heldentenor, Meistersinger, alto, aria singer, arranger, ballad maker, balladeer, balladist, balladmonger, baritenor, baritone, bass, basso, basso buffo, basso cantante, basso profundo, blues singer, canary, cantatrice …

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  • 9 Melodist — Me|lo|dist der; en, en <aus gleichbed. kirchenlat. melodista> Verfasser von Melodien für Kirchenlieder …

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  • 10 melodist — noun 1》 a composer of melodies. 2》 archaic a singer …

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  • 11 melodist — mel·o·dist …

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  • 12 melodist — mel•o•dist [[t]ˈmɛl ə dɪst[/t]] n. mad a composer or singer of melodies …

    From formal English to slang

  • 13 melodist — /ˈmɛlədəst/ (say meluhduhst) noun a composer or a singer of melodies …

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  • 14 melodist — n. 1 a composer of melodies. 2 a singer …

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  • 15 American Melodist — Stephen Foster …

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  • 16 Romanos — redirects here. See Romanus for the Latin form of the same name, or Romanos, Spain for the municipality in Spain. Infobox Saint name= Saint Romanos birth date=c. 490 death date=c. 556 feast day= October 1 (October 14 N.S.) venerated in= Eastern… …

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  • 17 George Washington Dixon — Portrait of George Washington Dixon, c. 1836 George Washington Dixon (1801?[1] – March 2, 1861) was an American singer, stage actor, and newspaper editor. He rose to prominence as a blackface performer (possibly the first American to do so) after …

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  • 18 Kontakion — Icon of St. Romanos the Melodist chanting his kontakion (1649, Malaryta, Belarus). Kontakion (Greek: κοντάκιον) is a form of hymn performed in the Eastern Orthodox Church. The word derives from the Greek word kontax (κόνταξ) …

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  • 19 Oaks d'Italia — Group 2 race Oaks d Italia Location San Siro Racecourse Milan, Italy Race type Flat / Thoroughbred Website San Siro Race information Distance …

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  • 20 Romanus — (Latin, Roman) was a Roman cognomen and can refer to:*Aquila Romanus, Latin grammarian *Romanus (comes), a comes Africae, rebelled against by Firmus (4th century usurper)aints*St. Romanus of Caesarea, Martyr (c. 303), feast day November 18 *St.… …

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