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penillion

/pɪˈnɪlɪən/
plural noun (sing) penill (pɪˈnɪl)
1.
the Welsh art or practice of singing poetry in counterpoint to a traditional melody played on the harp
Word Origin
from Welsh: verses, plural of penill verse, stanza
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