Canticle (noun)

  1. A hymn or song of praise, especially one from the Bible or a religious service.
  2. A song of praise or adoration, often used in religious settings.

Origin:

From middle english canticel, from latin canticulum, from cantus ("son.g")

Examples:

  1. The Canticle of the Sun is a hymn of praise to God for the beauty and wonder of creation.
  2. The Canticle of Mary, also known as the Magnificat, is a song of praise spoken by Mary, the mother of Jesus, in the New Testament.
  3. The canticle was sung during the morning worship service.
  4. The canticle was a beautiful and powerful expression of faith.
  5. The canticle was used to open the religious ceremony.
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