[mel-pom-uh-nee] /mɛlˈpɒm əˌni/

noun, Classical Mythology.
the Muse of tragedy.
(Greek myth) the Muse of tragedy

Muse of tragedy, from Latin, from Greek Melpomene, literally “songstress,” from melpein “to sing,” of unknown origin.


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