How to Pronounce lauds?

Correct pronunciation for the word "lauds" is [lˈɔːdz], [lˈɔːdz], [l_ˈɔː_d_z].

"Lauds" in context

Lauds is an ancient term that originates from Latin and refers to the act of expressing praise or admiration. It is commonly associated with prayer and religious services, where one sing or speaks the praises of God or the Lord. For example, a Christian may sing the night office or lauds in the morning. Usually, the lauds involve singing and praying thanks for the blessings of the day, thanking God for the many special gifts that He has bestowed. It is traditionally considered to be the ideal time for prayer and for reflecting on life. The words of the Psalms are often chanted or read during this time.

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