Definition of Hosannah

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of hosanna) ¹



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Definition of Hosannah

1. a shout of fervent praise [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hosannah

horticulturalist
horticulturalists
horticulturally
horticulture
horticultures
horticulturist
horticulturists
hortulan
hortus siccus
hortyard
hortyards
hos
hosana
hosanna
hosannaed
hosannah (current term)
hosannahing
hosannahings
hosannahs
hosannaing
hosannas
hosaphone
hosaphones
hose
hose barb
hose clamp
hose clamps
hose down
hosebags

Literary usage of Hosannah

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1. The New Carmina Sacra: Or Boston Collection of Church Music. Comprising the by Boston Academy of Music (1859)
"5= | 5 - sannah, hosannah, Ho-sannah, Hosan-nah, in the highest, hosannah, hosannah ... ,hosannah, in the highest, Blessed is he that cometh in the PP -i—l- ..."

2. History of the Jews in America: From the Period of the Discovery of the New by Peter Wiernik (1912)
"... Columbus—America discovered on "hosannah Rabbah"—The Indians as the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel—Money taken from the Jews to defray the expenditure of the ..."

3. The New Carmina Sacra: Or, Boston Collection of Church Music by Lowell Mason, Boston Academy of Music (1850)
"-0-0- •-L Hannah, hosannah, Ho-sannah, in the highest, ... hosannah, in the highest, 3333 hosannah, * »- Hh Ho - sannah, Ho - sannah, Ho - sannah, ..."

4. A Choice Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs: Designed to Aid in the (1836)
"HYMN 51, PM hosannah to Jesus, I'm HUM with his praise»: Come, ... hosannah is ringing, O how I love singing, 1 here's nothing so sweet as the sound of ..."

5. Sephardim: Or, The History of the Jews in Spain and Portugal by James Finn (1841)
"hosannah, we pray thee, save now ! " 0 God, we beseech thee, give now thy seal in sealing ; and bless thou the wheat, the barley, and bear. ..."

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