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sang

 (săng)
v.
A past tense of sing.

sang

(sæŋ)
vb
the past tense of sing
Usage: See at ring2

sang

(sæŋ)
n
a Scot word for song

sing

(sɪŋ)

v. sang, often, sung; sung; sing•ing; v.i.
1. to utter words or sounds in succession with musical modulations of the voice; vocalize melodically.
2. to perform songs or voice compositions.
3. (of an animal) to produce a patterned vocal signal, as in courtship or territorial display.
4. to tell about or praise someone or something in verse or song.
5. to admit of being sung, as verses.
6. to make a whistling, ringing, or whizzing sound: The bullet sang past his ear.
7. to give out a continuous murmuring, burbling, or other euphonious sound.
8. to have the sensation of a ringing or humming sound, as the ears.
9. Slang. to confess or act as an informer; squeal.
v.t.
10. to utter with musical modulations of the voice, as a song.
11. to proclaim enthusiastically: to sing someone's praises.
12. to bring, send, put, etc., with or by singing: to sing a baby to sleep.
13. to chant or intone: to sing mass.
14. to escort or accompany with singing.
15. to tell or praise in verse or song.
16. sing out, to call in a loud voice; shout.
n.
17. a gathering or meeting of people for the purpose of singing: a community sing.
18. a singing, ringing, or whistling sound.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English singan, c. Old Saxon, Old High German singan, Old Norse syngva, Gothic siggwan]
sing′a•ble, adj.

sing.

singular.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sang - North American woodland herb similar to and used as substitute for the Chinese ginsengsang - North American woodland herb similar to and used as substitute for the Chinese ginseng
genus Panax, Panax - perennial herbs of eastern North America and Asia having aromatic tuberous roots: ginseng
ginseng - aromatic root of ginseng plants
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
Translations

sing

(siŋ) past tense sang (saŋ) : past participle sung (saŋ) verb
to make (musical sounds) with one's voice. He sings very well; She sang a Scottish song; I could hear the birds singing in the trees.
ˈsinger noun
a person who sings, eg as a profession. Are you a good singer?; He's a trained singer.
ˈsinging noun
the art or activity of making musical sounds with one's voice. Do you do much singing nowadays?; (also adjective) a singing lesson/teacher.
sing out
to shout or call out. Sing out when you're ready to go.
References in classic literature ?
Will Satan mich verschlingen, So lass die Engel singen Hallelujah
Saufen and singen go not together," observed Fritz with the red nose, who evidently preferred the former amusement.
She is joining apceth from her role at Takeda, where she was Head of the Production Unit in Singen, Germany.
During the third quarter of 2014, Constellium's expansion of 20k metric tons of BiW capacity at our Singen, Germany facility is progressing according to plan.
200 Neue lieder-melodien nebst einer Kantate zum singen beym klavier.
Es sind noch lieder zu singen /jenseits der Menschen.
Previously, this monastery had been at nearby Singen, but in 1007.
Cecilia McDowall's Now may we singen, a contemporary setting of a 15th century text, with a folk-music refrain was delightful and the choir let their hair down for a rousing percussive encore in Gaudete.
Kienlin's results do away with the idea that Early Bronze Age Salez type axes could be interpreted as 'axe ingots' and that their geographical distribution points towards the (assumed) ore deposits of the alpine Rhine valley from where the copper was 'traded' to the north alpine region with Singen as a relay station.
Kerne Messe wird man singen, keinen Kadosch wird man sagen, nichts gesagt und nichts gesungen wird an meinen Sterbetagen.
Simone Falk: Musik und Sprachprosodie: Kindgerichtetes Singen imfruhen Spracherwerb.