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‘Participants learned the old lullabies and folk songs of their mothers & grandmothers joyfully và enthusiastically.’
‘Their traditional music includes work songs, hymns, lullabies, ballads, và healing songs.’‘The music is Celtic-Emerald Isle - the songs are a lullaby.’‘The music is the best thing about the film, which includes spirituals, work songs, a lullaby, và a great sequence in a saloon with honky-tonk jazz.’‘As for new songs, there"s a Latvian lullaby, a Czech dirge và a Bulgarian ballad.’‘Feeling that resonance was an extraordinary experience that was both lượt thích listening khổng lồ a lullaby và an awakening song.’‘In this collection are old British và American ballads, Civil War songs, blues, frolic tunes, children"s games, nonsense songs, lullabies, spirituals, and more.’‘I dreamt of a rainy day, one of those days when the crackle of water on the windows acts like a lullaby, a gentle drumming lớn make you slip into afternoon sleep against the strange worlds inside your book.’‘Children are encouraged to lớn sing songs during the day và lullabies before they sleep.’‘They bantered a few minutes more before everyone quieted down & simply enjoyed the ambience & the lullaby being sung for them.’‘Kara"s voice was more subtle, & her soft lullabies on quiet Alabama nights made it seem as though everything was right with the world.’‘In fact, he said if you woke up, I was lớn sing you a lullaby to get you baông chồng to sleep if I had to.’‘You see, my mother used to sing me a lullaby before I went khổng lồ sleep.’‘I arrive sầu lớn a small door that was open halfway, and in the small room I see Holly holding a small bundle in her arms, walking baông chồng and forth, while singing her little lullaby.’‘She tucked her inkhổng lồ bed & lịch sự her a soft lullaby.’‘His singing-voice sounded so soft, lượt thích he was singing a lullaby.’‘He started singing a lullaby, and I stood in the doorway, watching them.’‘Whether it be a new tune or a timeless classic, these lullabies are sure to lớn do the triông xã and calm even the most active youth.’‘One of the earliest lullabies in English was written during the time of King Edward II of Englvà in the 14th century.’

transitive verblullabies, lullabying, lullabied

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Sing khổng lồ (someone) khổng lồ get them lớn go to lớn sleep.


‘she lullabied us, she fed us’
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‘For the next ten years until the death of Philip V (the first Spanish Bourbon & father of the first Neapolitan Bourbon), Farinelli lullabied the depressed king to sleep with the same four songs every night!’‘Another such piece, ‘Child Falling Asleep,’ lulls the mind inlớn a sleepy state, much as he might have imagined lullabying his own children at bedtime.’‘Sunshine will appeal to story group times at schools and libraries, as well as parents và grandparents lullabying their children to lớn sleep at bedtime.’‘However, these songs all mô tả the comtháng unifying characteristic of lullabying children to lớn sleep for generations past & generations lớn come.’

Origin


Mid 16th century from lull + bye-bye, a sound used as a refrain in lullabies; compare with bye-byes.


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