1. elegy

noun. ['ˈɛləˌdʒiː'] a mournful poem; a lament for the dead.


  • lament
  • verse form

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Rhymes with Elegy

  • analogy
  • anesthesiology
  • anthology
  • anthropology
  • apology
  • archaeology
  • archeology
  • astrogeology
  • astrology
  • bacteriology
  • biology
  • biotechnology
  • cardiology
  • chocolatology
  • chronology
  • cosmetology
  • cosmology
  • criminology
  • cytology
  • dendrochronology

How do you pronounce elegy?

Pronounce elegy as ˈɛləˌʤi.

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Sentences with elegy

1. Noun, singular or mass
In its most simple form, an elegy is a poem that mourns the loss of a person.

Quotes about elegy

1. Be With Me In The Phases Of My Work Because My Brain Feels Like It Has Been Whipped And I Yearn To Make A Small Perfect Thing Which Will Live In Your Morning Like Curious Static Through A President's Elegy Or A Nude Hunchback Acquiring A Tan On The Crowded Oily Beach.
- Leonard Cohen