Etymology

1. madrigal

verb. ['ˈmædrəgəl, ˈmædrɪgəl'] sing madrigals.

Etymology

  • madrigale (Italian)
  • matricalis (Latin)

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Example sentences of the word madrigal


1. Adjective
The madrigal flourished among aristocrats as the themes included humor, satire, politics and current events.

2. madrigal

noun. ['ˈmædrəgəl, ˈmædrɪgəl'] an unaccompanied partsong for 2 or 3 voices; follows a strict poetic form.

Etymology

  • madrigale (Italian)
  • matricalis (Latin)
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