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Definition of hymn:
- a religious song or psalm. ( Ephesians 5:19 ; Colossians 3:16 ) Our Lord and his apostles sung a hymn after the last supper. In the jail at Philippi, Paul and Silas " sang hymns" ( Authorized Version " praises") unto God, and so loud was their song that their fellow prisoners heard them.
- occurs only Ephesians 5:19 and Colossians 3:16 . The verb to " sing an hymn" occurs Matthew 26:30 and Mark 14:26 . The same Greek word is rendered to " sing praises" Acts 16:25 ( RSV, " sing hymns") and Hebrews 2:12 . The " hymn" which our Lord sang with his disciples at the last Supper is generally supposed to have been the latter part of the Hallel, comprehending Psalms 113118 - 118. It was thus a name given to a number of psalms taken together and forming a devotional exercise. The noun hymn is used only with reference to the services of the Greeks, and was distinguished from the psalm. The Greek tunes required Greek hymns. Our information regarding the hymnology of the early Christians is very limited.
- To sing hymns to; express in hymns; sing praises.
- To praise in song; to worship or extol by singing hymns; to sing.
- To sing praises to; adore or praise by singing.
- To celebrate in song: to worship by hymns.
- To praise in hymns.
- To sing in praise or adoration.
- sing a hymn
- To praise in song; to worship by singing hymns.
- To praise or worship in song.
- An ode or song of praise or adoration; especially, a religious ode, a sacred lyric; a song of praise or thankgiving intended to be used in religious service; as, the Homeric hymns; Watts' hymns.
- A sacred song expressive of praise or adoration.
- A song of praise.
- A song of praise. esp. to God.
- A song expressive of praise.
- A song of praise, especially to God or some deity.
- A song or ode in honour of God; a song of praise or joy.