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Date: 1200-1300
Language: Old French
Origin: cuer, from Latin chorus; CHORUS1

choir

noun
     
Related topics: Music
choir [countable]
1APM a group of people who sing together for other people to listen to [↪ choral]:
He joined a church choir at the age of eight.
2 [usually singular]TBB the part of a church in which a choir sits during religious ceremonies

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