In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- In fact, he said if you woke up, I was to sing you a lullaby to get you back to sleep if I had to.
- In the world of today, there is a need of the power of lullabies.
- Whether it be a new tune or a timeless classic, these lullabies are sure to do the trick and calm even the most active youth.
- They bantered a few minutes more before everyone quieted down and simply enjoyed the ambience and the lullaby being sung for them.
- As for new songs, there's a Latvian lullaby, a Czech dirge and a Bulgarian ballad.
- I dreamt of a rainy day, one of those days when the crackle of water on the windows acts like a lullaby, a gentle drumming to make you slip into afternoon sleep against the strange worlds inside your book.
- Kara's voice was more subtle, and her soft lullabies on quiet Alabama nights made it seem as though everything was right with the world.
- His singing-voice sounded so soft, like he was singing a lullaby.
- She tucked her into bed and sang her a soft lullaby.
- Feeling that resonance was an extraordinary experience that was both like listening to a lullaby and an awakening song.
- He started singing a lullaby, and I stood in the doorway, watching them.
- Participants learned the old lullabies and folk songs of their mothers and grandmothers joyfully and enthusiastically.
- The music is Celtic-Emerald Isle - the songs are a lullaby.
- You see, my mother used to sing me a lullaby before I went to sleep.
- The music is the best thing about the film, which includes spirituals, work songs, a lullaby, and a great sequence in a saloon with honky-tonk jazz.
- In this collection are old British and American ballads, Civil War songs, blues, frolic tunes, children's games, nonsense songs, lullabies, spirituals, and more.
- Children are encouraged to sing songs during the day and lullabies before they sleep.
- I arrive to a small door that was open halfway, and in the small room I see Holly holding a small bundle in her arms, walking back and forth, while singing her little lullaby.
- Their traditional music includes work songs, hymns, lullabies, ballads, and healing songs.
- One of the earliest lullabies in English was written during the time of King Edward II of England in the 14th century.
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Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
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