lyric

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English - Turkish
lyricistşarkı veya müzikli oyun için güfte yazarı
lirik
lirik şiir
şiir tarzında
güfte

Ne yazık ki bu şarkının güftesini bulamıyorum. - Unfortunately I can't find the lyrics for this song.

lir
(sıfat) lirik
lyric poetry lirik şiirler
gazele ait
lyric drama lirik dram
lyricismlirizm
{i} gazel
lirik nitelikleri olma
lyric poetry
lirik şiirler
lyric poem
lirik şiir
lyric actor
(Tiyatro) lirik sanatçı
lyric actress
(Tiyatro) lirik sanatçı
lyric art
(Sanat) lirik sanat
lyric play
(Tiyatro) lirik oyun
lyrics
güfteci
lyrics
guile
lyrical
lirik
lyrical
coşkun
lyrical
heyecanlı
lyrical
şiirsel
lyrics
şarkı sözleri

Tom şiir ve şarkı sözleri yazmayı seviyor. - Tom likes to write poems and song lyrics.

Şarkı sözlerini hatırlayamıyorum. - I can't remember the lyrics.

lyrics
güfte

Ne yazık ki bu şarkının güftesini bulamıyorum. - Unfortunately I can't find the lyrics for this song.

melodious
uyumlu
melodious
melodik

Ukrayna dili çok melodiktir. - The Ukrainian language is very melodious.

melodious
kulağa hoş gelen
lyrics
türkçesi
lyrical
{s} lirik tarzında
lyrical
(sıfat) lirik tarzında
lyrics
lirik güfte
lyrics
(isim) lirik güfte
lyrics
i., çoğ. (şarkıya ait) sözler
melodious
ezgili
melodious
{s} melodiye ait
melodious
(sıfat) ahenkli, uyumlu, melodiye ait
melodious
melodiouslyahenkle
melodious
şirin
melodious
melodiousnessahenklilik
melodious
tatlı sesle
melodious
(ses) tatlı
English - English
Of, or relating to a writer of such poetry
The words of a song or other vocal music. The singular form often refers to a part of the words, whereas the plural form can refer to all of the words

The lyrics were written by the composer.

A lyric poem
lyrical
Of, or relating to musical drama and opera
Of, or relating to the lyre (or sometimes the harp)
melodious
Of, or relating to a type of poetry (such as a sonnet or ode) that expresses subjective thoughts and feelings, often in a songlike style
Having a light singing voice of modest range
fitted for expression in song
{n} a poet who writes songs for the harp
{a} pertaining, like or singing, to a harp
{i} poem having the form and musical quality of a song; words of a song
relating to or being musical drama; "the lyric stage"
originally designated poems meant to be sung to the accompaniment of a lyre; now any short poem in which the speaker expresses intense personal emotion rather than describing a narrative or dramatic situation Close Window
a short poem of songlike quality
a short poem which expresses the writer's personal feelings or thoughts
A poem, such as a sonnet or an ode, that expresses the thoughts and feelings of the poet A lyric poem may resemble a song in form or style
Fitted to be sung to the lyre; hence, also, appropriate for song; said especially of poetry which expresses the individual emotions of the poet
1 The words to a song 2 In a singing and melodious manner
write lyrics for (a song) expressing deep personal emotion; "the dancer's lyrical performance"
used of a singer or singing voice that is light in volume and modest in range; "a lyric soprano"
write lyrics for (a song)
(1) Words or verses written to be set to music (2) Description of a work of art that is poetic, personal, even ecstatic in spirit
The lyrics of a song are its words. Kurt Weill's Broadway opera with lyrics by Langston Hughes
A literary genre characterized by the assumed concealment of the audience from the poet and by the predominance of an associational rhythm distinguishable both from recurrent metre and from semantic or prose rhythm
{s} song-like, resembling a song in form and quality; creating lyric poetry; expressive, characterized by the expression of thoughts and sentiments; written to be sung; of a lyre; exuberant, animated, rhapsodic, full of enthusiasm
Lyric poetry is written in a simple and direct style, and usually expresses personal emotions such as love. Lawrence's splendid short stories and lyric poetry. expressing strong personal emotions such as love, in a way that is similar to music in its sounds and rhythm (lyrique , from , from , from lyra; LYRE). Verse or poem that can, or supposedly can, be sung to musical accompaniment (in ancient times, usually a lyre) or that expresses intense personal emotion in a manner suggestive of a song. Lyric poetry expresses the thoughts and feelings of the poet and is sometimes contrasted with narrative poetry and verse drama, which relate events in the form of a story. The elegy, ode, and sonnet are important forms of lyric poetry
the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number; "his compositions always started with the lyrics"; "he wrote both words and music"; "the song uses colloquial language"
relating to or being musical drama; "the lyric stage
A verse of the kind usually employed in lyric poetry; used chiefly in the plural
a short poem of songlike quality the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number; "his compositions always started with the lyrics"; "he wrote both words and music"; "the song uses colloquial language"
Of or pertaining to a lyre or harp
In the modern sense this is any fairly short poem expressing the personal feeling, mood or meditation of a single speaker (who sometimes may be an invented character, not the poet) In ancient Greece, however, a lyric was a song for accompaniment on the lyre Current since the Renaissance, the modern sense usually refers to a song-like quality in a poem Lyric poetry is the most extensive category of verse (especially after the decline - since the 19th century - of the other principal kinds such as narrative and dramatic verse M
(from Greek lyra "song"): The lyric form is as old as Egypt (surviving examples date back to 2600 BCE), and examples exist in early Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and other sources If literature from every culture through the ages were lumped into a single stack, it is likely that the largest number of writings would be these short verse poems There are three general meanings for lyric
The words of a song or musical drama
a short poem in which the poet expresses personal feeling
A lyric poem; a lyrical composition
A composer of lyric poems
of or relating to a category of poetry that expresses emotion (often in a songlike way); "lyric poetry"
There are several meanings Originally, "lyric" meant the vocal performance accompanying the lure As a noun, it may mean a short poem, expressing the writer's personal feelings The lyrics of a popular song are the words As an adjective, it can indicate a singing voice of intermediate vocal weight, as in lyric soprano or lyric tenor
- a type of brief poem that expresses the personal emotions and thoughts of a singe speaker
expressing deep personal emotion; "the dancer's lyrical performance"
A type of brief poem that expresses the personal emotions and thoughts of a single speaker It is important to realize, however, that although the lyric is uttered in the first person, the speaker is not necessarily the poet There are many varieties of lyric poetry, including the dramatic monologue, elegy, haiku, ode, and sonnet forms
lyric poetry
poetry which is in the form of songs and reveals the poet's personal thoughts
lyrics
plural form of lyric
lyrics
The words to a song (or other vocal music)
love lyric
the lyric of a love song
lyrics
the words of a song
lyrics
Combination of words that speak to the soul
lyrics
The words sung in a piece of music
lyrics
The words to a song
lyrics
plural of lyric
lyrics
{i} words of a song
lyric
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