noun, plural cho·ra·gi [kuh-rey-jahy, koh-, kaw-] /kəˈreɪ dʒaɪ, koʊ-, kɔ-/, cho·ra·gus·es.
- the leader of a dramatic chorus.
- a person who undertook the expense of providing for such a chorus.
Origin of choragus
Examples from the Web for choragus
Historical Examples of choragus
I would rather gain one prize from the Choragus, than ten from the Gymnasiarch.
Rather gain one prize from the Choragus than ten from the Gymnasiarch.
It consists of eighteen singers, with a leader styled the Choragus.Glimpses of Three Coasts
Helen Hunt Jackson
He was the choragus, explaining to us what was to happen in the play.
Then to the accompaniment of the choragus' explanation a mechanical snake appeared in the branches with an apple in its mouth.
noun plural -gi (-dʒaɪ) or -guses
- the leader of a chorus
- a sponsor of a chorus