noun, plural ep·i·tha·la·mi·ums, ep·i·tha·la·mi·a [ep-uh-thuh-ley-mee-uh] /ˌɛp ə θəˈleɪ mi ə/.
- epitaxial transistor,
- epithelial dystrophy
Examples from the Web for epithalamium
The second alone can decide, whether it will conclude the piece with an epithalamium—or a requiem!'The Wanderer (Volume 1 of 5)|Fanny Burney
He is buried in the garden, and I want you to write an epithalamium about him.Ruth Hall|Fanny Fern
If this generally accepted opinion is true the Epithalamium must have been written some time before 59 B.C.The Roman Poets of the Republic|William Young Sellar
Of course, the "Epithalamium" she was going to sing was as florid as it could be.Evelyn Innes|George Moore
But all these imitations of the Epithalamium stanza are shorter than their model.A History of English Versification|Jakob Schipper
noun plural -mia (-mɪə)
Word Origin for epithalamium
1590s, "bridal song," from Latin epithalamium, from Greek epithalamion "a bridal song," from epi "at, upon" (see epi-) + thalamos "bridal chamber, inner chamber."