rhapsode

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek ῥαψῳδός (rhapsōidós).

Noun[edit]

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rhapsode (plural rhapsodes)

  1. One who performs the poetry of a poet for an audience; not a writer of poetry.
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      Socrates: And do the Epidaurians have contests of rhapsodes at the festival? (Plato's Ion)
  2. The interpreter of a poem.

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Noun[edit]

rhapsode m (plural rhapsodes)

  1. rhapsodist
  2. rhapsode

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