Definition of Epicedia

1. Noun. (plural of epicede) ¹



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Definition of Epicedia

1. epicedium [n] - See also: epicedium

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epicedia

epicanthus tarsalis
epicardia
epicardiac
epicardial
epicardial fat sign
epicardially
epicardium
epicaricacy
epicarican
epicarp
epicarpal
epicarps
epicatechin
epicede
epicedes
epicedia (current term)
epicedial
epicedium
epicellular
epicene pronoun
epicene pronouns
epicenes
epicenism
epicenisms
epicenter
epicenters
epicentra
epicentral
epicentre

Literary usage of Epicedia

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1820)
"epicedia Acad. Oxon. &c. 80. 1669. Queen Dorniger Henrietta,—Threni Cant. &c. 21. ... epicedia Cant. &c. 25. 1683. Marriage of George of Denmark and ..."

2. A Register of the Members of St. Mary Magdalen College, Oxford, from the by Magdalen College (University of Oxford)., John Rouse Bloxam (1904)
"Archives). 1669. Russell, William. Demy, 1664; Dens. Reg. ii. 271. Died 8 Dec., 1672. Latin verses by him are in the epicedia ..."

3. A Catalogue of the Books and Manuscripts in the Library of Lincoln Cathedral by George Frederick Apthorp, Lincoln Cathedral Library (1859)
"Land., Rd. Royston, 1648, 8vo. F. 7. 10. IT epicedia in Obitum ... IT epicedia in Obitum Henrici Ducis ..."

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