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/.
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OTHER WORDS FROM epithalamiumep·i·tha·lam·ic [ep-uh-thuh-lam-ik], /ˌɛp ə θəˈlæm ɪk/, adjective
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In the hands of the poets the epithalamium was developed into a special literary form, and received considerable cultivation.
At the close of In Memoriam Tennyson has appended a poem, on the nuptials of his sister, which is strictly an 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
Fragments of his other pieces are preserved in Stobaeus; the epithalamium of Achilles and Deidameia is not his.
The most charming of all his longer poems is the Epithalamium which celebrates the union of Manlius with his bride.The Roman Poets of the Republic|William Young Sellar