Definition of Hymnic

1. a. Relating to hymns, or sacred lyrics.



Definition of Hymnic

1. Adjective. of, or relating to hymns ¹

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Definition of Hymnic

1. pertaining to hymns [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hymnic

hymenotomy
hymens
hymen├Žal
hymie
hymies
hymn
hymn-book
hymnal
hymnally
hymnals
hymnaries
hymnary
hymnbook
hymnbooks
hymned
hymnic (current term)
hymning
hymnist
hymnists
hymnless
hymnlike
hymnodic
hymnodies
hymnodist
hymnodists
hymnody
hymnographer
hymnographers
hymnography
hymnologies

Literary usage of Hymnic

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1. English Literature, from the Beginning to the Norman Conquest by Stopford Augustus Brooke (1898)
"We owe to Dietrich the proof that the hymnic poems of the sections from 8a to 32^, which were held ... The first part is set in hymnic parts, in cantatas. ..."

2. Biblical Commentary on the Prophecies of Isaiah by Franz Delitzsch, Samuel Rolles Driver (1892)
"The second hymnic echo has thus its confirmation in prediction against Moab, on the basis of which a third hymnic echo now arises. While on the other side, ..."

3. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1867)
"It is likewise still hymnic: the hymn, in fact, has received its crowning glory, for we arc in the age of Bernard of ..."

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