Carol and Hymn


Carol noun - A religious song.
Usage example: sang carols at the Christmas Eve service

Hymn is a synonym for carol in music topic. In some cases you can use "Hymn" instead the word "Carol" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like wait, whistle, song, Christmas song. popular alternative

Nearby Words: caroling, caroline, Carole, Caroll, carolee


Hymn noun - A religious song.
Usage example: our Sunday church services always open with a hymn

Carol is a synonym for hymn in religious song topic. You can use "Carol" instead the word "Hymn" as a noun or a verb. popular alternative

Nearby Words: hymned, hymning, hymnal

How words are described

old old carol old hymn
original original carol original hymn
popular popular carol popular hymn
actual actual carol actual hymn
Other adjectives: wonderful, new, well-known, traditional.

Both words in one sentence

  • The traditional Gaelic hymn tune "Bunessan" has been used for the Christmas carol "Child in a Manger" and more commonly for the hymn "Morning Has Broken".
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Hymn or Carol. 2016. Accessed June 25, 2022.
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