Carol (noun)

  1. A song of joy, especially one celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ.
  2. A song of joy and praise, usually religious and usually sung at Christmas.


Late 13c., from old french carole (12c.), from latin choraula, from greek khoreia, from khoreus (choral dancer, singe.r)


  1. We sang carols at the church Christmas service.
  2. The choir sang carols during the Christmas Eve service.
  3. The carol was a traditional song that was sung to celebrate the Christmas holidays.
  4. The children sang carols in the school Christmas concert.
  5. The carol was a cheerful song that was joyful and festive.
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