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elegy - Dictionary definition and meaning for word elegy

(noun) a mournful poem; a lament for the dead
Synonyms : lament

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for elegy

E(a)-LEGY(legendry).....so if a legendry person dies......people sing a mournful poem or people lament or regret for his death.....
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by preetisoni2411

sounds like eulogy...
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by Yank

basically this is taken from a greek elegos which is a song of mourning .........and we mourn if someone dies
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by preetisoni2411

elegy => clergy. Clergy lives in church => ....
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by pateheo

think of Alizee singing a sad song
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by abhi_vaj

LG ke tv par elegy aa rahi hai
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by 1.6k

Imagine a caterpillar falls on u..so u start an ELEGY bcoz of da ALLERGY
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by deepak.delite

When somebody dies then CLERGY is called to sing a ELEGY
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by userdce

sounds like ee lagi >>> usako lagi toh woh marr gaya... ab marr gaya toh log usake liye Lament gane lage..
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by RajeshBorkar

sounds like "ELI Gaali" so u mourn for that n write a poem :P
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by varuner001

No Body buys LG tv because it only shows ELEGY (Death poems)
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by carora3

elegy= ele (comes) + gy (went); the ppl ho has come one time will surely go from this world this is oing to understand by neighborhood to the dead person son.
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by shaktipada

elegy sounds like ye le ji. in the funeral, as he is going we are saying that take this with u, the song or poem elegy- ye le gy(take this in hindi)
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