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(Music, other) another word for lullaby
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n., pl. -bies, n.
1. a song used to lull a child to sleep; cradlesong.
2. any lulling song.v.t.
3. to lull with or as if with a lullaby.
[1550–60; lulla, lulla(y), interjection used in cradlesongs (late Middle English lullai, lulli) + -by, as in bye-bye]
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|Noun||1.||cradlesong - a quiet song intended to lull a child to sleep|
|2.||cradlesong - the act of singing a quiet song to lull a child to sleep|
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cradlesong[ˈkreɪdlˌsɒŋ] n → ninnananna
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