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lament

a poem or song in which a death is lamented
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Alternatively, the first uncertain sign might be 'ka, 'ka or ka4', thus rendering together with the continuation lu-u the term kalu, the cultic lamenter well known from numerous texts.
Its okay to buy "miracle" creams, but don't become a slave to consumerism and a lamenter of your lost youth.
faire du bruit, se lamenter Sapsep gazouiller, chuchoter paSah eclater, faire entendre, pousser des cris de joie II.
As one example of this conceptual linkage, some contemporary laments express the notion that the tomb is "a house" constructed on the "seas," as the lamenter cAliya from al-cAiyaiysa sings:
Even when seemingly expressing only personal grief, a lamenter using the traditional language of the laments cannot do without certain conceptions crystallized in the words over the centuries, which, whether s/he likes it or not, speak a far more general archaic tongue than any egocentric problems s/he could raise (cf.
Through the labor of lament, energy is activated in the lamenter in ways that can go undetected or be distorted in consciousness.
Did Greenberg have his honorific title in mind when he asks, in this context," What use will a lamenter be, even a genius like Jeremiah f (169) The other power is Russia, represented by shining boots, which will destroy Jews and their institutions.
Ce qui ne l'a pas empeche de se lamenter du retour tardif a l'entraEnement, Coupe du monde 2010 oblige, de ses huit internationaux allemands et trois neerlandais.
Unlike speaking about God, which does not involve any kind of a relationship between the lamenter and God, speaking to God assumes a previous and even an intimate relationship.
For Lott, liberal boomer intellectuals such as Paul Berman (author of A Tale of Two Utopias, a popular '90s attack on the radicalism of the '60s left) and Todd Gitlin (a Students for Democratic Society president in the '60s and now a lamenter of modern leftists' lack of patriotism) have betrayed the '60s legacy of radicalism to which all boomer liberals ought to pledge allegiance.
Ils ne souhaitent pas se lamenter et attendre la mort.
Possible, un jour je feray le semblable, Et ayderay votre voix pitoyable A vos travaus et peines raconter, Au tems perdu vainement lamenter.