Hymnal (noun)

A book containing hymns, especially one used in a church or other religious service.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin hymnus "hymn", on the pattern of psalter "psalm book".

Examples:

  1. The choir sang from the hymnal.
  2. The hymnal contains a collection of religious songs and hymns.
  3. The hymnal is used during religious services and ceremonies.
  4. A hymnal may contain both words and music of hymns.
  5. Some hymnals are specific to certain denominations or traditions.
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