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hym·nal

 (hĭm′nəl)
n.
A book or collection of church hymns. Also called hymnary, hymnbook.

[Middle English himnale, from Medieval Latin hymnāle, from Latin hymnus, hymn; see hymn.]

hymnal

(ˈhɪmnəl)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a book of hymns
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) of, relating to, or characteristic of hymns

hym•nal

(ˈhɪm nl)

n.
1. Also called hymn•book (-ˌbʊk) a book of hymns for use in a religious service.
adj.
2. of or pertaining to hymns.
[1535–45; (definition 1) < Medieval Latin hymnāle, n. use of neuter of hymnālis (adj.); (definition 2) < Medieval Latin hymnālis; see hymn, -al1, -al2]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hymnal - a songbook containing a collection of hymnshymnal - a songbook containing a collection of hymns
songbook - a book containing a collection of songs
Translations
sálmabók

hymnal

[ˈhɪmnəl] Nhimnario m

hymnal

[ˈhɪmnəl] nlivre m de cantiqueshymn book nlivre m de cantiques

hymnal

nGesangbuch nt

hymnal

[ˈhɪmnəl] nlibro dei canti
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