praise ye the Lord; hallelujah.
a song of praise to God.
praise the Lord! Used more commonly in liturgical contexts in place of hallelujah
a song of praise to God
late 14c., from Latin alleluja, from Greek allelouia, from Hebrew hallelu-yah “praise Jehovah” (see hallelujah).
the Greek form (Rev. 19:1, 3, 4, 6) of the Hebrew Hallelujah = Praise ye Jehovah, which begins or ends several of the psalms (106, 111, 112, 113, etc.).
a 17th- and 18th-century dance in slow duple time. a piece of music based on its rhythm, often following the prelude in the classical suite. a figure performed in a quadrille. a German folk dance in triple meter, similar to the ländler. Historical Examples The first movement is practically of the allemande type, and its […]
- Allemande sauce
a velouté thickened and enriched with egg yolk. Historical Examples Then add one pint of allemande sauce, fricassee sauce, or sauce au vin blanc, and boil for five minutes. The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book Victor Hirtzler Instead of Spanish sauce, allemande sauce (Art. 81) is often preferred. French Dishes for American Tables Pierre Caron […]
a white to gray, brittle mineral, antimony arsenide, AsSb, occurring in reniform masses: formerly used as an ore of arsenic.
- Allen park
a city in SE Michigan.