Roman Catholic Church.
Also called Requiem Mass. the Mass celebrated for the repose of the souls of the dead.
a celebration of this Mass.
a plainsong setting for this Mass.
any musical service, hymn, or dirge for the repose of the dead.
(RC Church) a Mass celebrated for the dead
a musical setting of this Mass
any piece of music composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person or persons
In music, a Mass for one or more dead persons, containing biblical passages and prayers for the admission of the dead to heaven. The term has been loosely applied to other musical compositions in honor of the dead. A German Requiem by Johannes Brahms, for example, uses texts from the Bible but is not a Mass.
noun 1. any of numerous, chiefly tropical sharks of the family Carcharhinidae, including the tiger shark and soupfin shark. requiem shark noun 1. any shark of the family Carcharhinidae, occurring mostly in tropical seas and characterized by a nictitating membrane and a heterocercal tail. The family includes the tiger shark and the soupfin
noun 1. a wish or prayer for the repose of the dead. requiescat in pace [re-kwee-es-kaht in pah-che] /ˌrɛ kwiˈɛs kɑt ɪn ˈpɑ tʃɛ/ Latin. 1. may he (or she) rest in peace. noun 1. a prayer for the repose of the souls of the dead
[re-kwee-es-kaht in pah-che] /ˌrɛ kwiˈɛs kɑt ɪn ˈpɑ tʃɛ/ Latin. 1. may he (or she) rest in peace.
verb (used with object), required, requiring. 1. to have need of; need: He requires medical care. 2. to call on authoritatively; order or enjoin to do something: to require an agent to account for money spent. 3. to ask for authoritatively or imperatively; demand. 4. to impose need or occasion for; make necessary or indispensable: […]