sung

[ suhng ]
/ sʌŋ /

verb

a simple past tense and past participle of sing.

OTHER WORDS FROM sung

half-sung, adjectivewell-sung, adjective

Definition for sung (2 of 3)

Sung
[ soo ng ]
/ sʊŋ /

noun

a dynasty in China, a.d. 960–1279, characterized by a high level of achievement in painting, ceramics, and philosophy: overthrown by the Mongols.
Also Song.

Definition for sung (3 of 3)

Origin of sing

before 900; Middle English singen, Old English singan; cognate with Dutch zingen, German singen, Old Norse syngva, Gothic siggwan

OTHER WORDS FROM sing

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH sing

sign singsingeing singing
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British Dictionary definitions for sung (1 of 3)

sung
/ (sʌŋ) /

verb

the past participle of sing

adjective

produced by singinga sung syllable

undefined sung

See ring 2

British Dictionary definitions for sung (2 of 3)

Sung

Song

/ (sʊŋ) /

noun

an imperial dynasty of China (960–1279 ad), notable for its art, literature, and philosophy

British Dictionary definitions for sung (3 of 3)

sing
/ (sɪŋ) /

verb sings, singing, sang or sung

noun

informal an act or performance of singing
a ringing or whizzing sound, as of bullets

Derived forms of sing

singable, adjectivesinging, adjective, noun

Word Origin for sing

Old English singan; related to Old Norse syngja to sing, Gothic siggwan, Old High German singan

undefined sing

See ring 2
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