choraula

choraula

Rehearsal room in a church for a choir.
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Christmas carols (the word carol is from the French word carole which means a circle dance with accompaniment by singers though derived from the Latin choraula) are believed to have originated as an old English custom referred to as 'wassailing' which is a toast of long-life to neighbours.
This stems from the Latin "choraula" which comes in turn from the Greek "choraules".
THE word carol is derived from the old French word caroller which derives from the Latin choraula. This itself was derived from the Greek choraules.