The definition of a chant is a song, melody or something repeated over and over again.
A chorus or choir.
(Historical) A round dance accompanied by singing.
Any well-known song or recording regarded as being inspirational or iconic
(Roman Catholic Church) A service that includes the office of Vespers. No longer in ecclesiastical use.
A specially worded form used to address God, a god, or another object of worship.
A repetitive recital, series, or list:
(An exclamation) used to give praise to God
A polyphonic composition based on a sacred text and usually sung without accompaniment.
A long, dramatic musical composition, usually on a religious theme, consisting of arias, recitatives, choruses, etc. sung to orchestral accompaniment but without stage action, scenery, or costumes
A lyric poem or ballad.
Verses chanted or a piece of plainsong sung before or after a psalm, canticle, etc.
The lesser doxology, which (in Latin) begins Gloria Patri (glory to the Father)
(Roman Catholicism) A part of a psalm or other portion of Scripture read by the priest at Mass immediately after ascending to the altar.
The definition of laud is praise.
(Proper) The hymn of the Virgin Mary in Luke 1:46-55, beginning (in Latin) Magnificat anima mea Dominum, “My soul magnifies the Lord”
A book setting forth the ritual to be observed in church processions
The definition of a requiem is a song, chant or poem for someone who died.
(Informal) Singing by a group gathered for the purpose
(Proper) An ancient Christian hymn beginning Te Deum laudamus (We praise thee, O God)
Ode is a poem that you sing or is a poem honoring a specific person or subject that is written in a clear lyrical style.
The definition of a psalm is a sacred poem, or one of the 150 lyrical poems and prayers in a Christian and Jewish book of worship called the Book of Psalms.
A fervent expression of joy or praise:
A recession from a church.
Find another word for hymn. In this page you can discover 41 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for hymn, like: religious song, chant, chorale, carol, canticle, anthem, evensong, prayer, litany, hosanna and motet.