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hymnnoun [C]

uk   us   /hɪm/
a song of praise that Christians sing to God: a hymn book
Translations of “hymn”
in Arabic تَرْتِيلة, تَرْنيمة…
in Korean 찬송가…
in Malaysian gita puja…
in French cantique…
in Turkish ilahî…
in Italian inno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 讚美詩,聖歌…
in Russian церковный гимн…
in Polish hymn…
in Vietnamese thánh ca…
in Spanish himno…
in Portuguese hino…
in Thai เพลงสวด…
in German die Hymne…
in Catalan himne…
in Japanese 賛美歌, 聖歌…
in Indonesian lagu pujaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 赞美诗,圣歌…
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