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Word of the Day 03/05/18 Berceuse

Berceuse (noun)
berceuse [French ber-sœz]


noun, plural berceuses [French ber-sœz] Music.
1. a cradlesong; lullaby.
2. a composition for instrument or voice, having a soothing, reflective character.

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Origin: 1875-80; < French, equivalent to berc(er) to rock + -euse -euse

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