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tenson

[ ten-sohn ]
/ tɛnˈsoʊn /
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noun
a Provençal poem taking the form of a dialogue or debate between two rival troubadours.
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Origin of tenson

1830–40; <French; Old French tençon<Provençal tensoun, tenso contest, dispute <Latin tēnsiōn- (stem of tēnsiō); see tension
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