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How to Pronounce hymn?

Correct pronunciation for the word "hymn" is [hˈɪm], [hˈɪm], [h_ˈɪ_m].

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"Hymn" in context

A hymn is a type of song, usually religious, sung as an act of worship. It is usually composed with a melody and accompanying text, written by a single composer or multiple authors. Hymns are a popular form of music in churches and other places of worship, as well as being recorded and performed in many other contexts. The singing of a hymn is intended to evoke a feeling of praise and joy to the divine.

Typically, hymns are more reflective in tone than other genres of music. The lyrics often focus on themes of devotion and faith, seeking to inspire listeners to draw closer to God.

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Usage over time for hymn:

This graph shows how "hymn" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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