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Definition of lullaby

lullaby
lullaby lull"a*by, n. [From Lull, v. t. ] 1. A song to quiet babes or lull them to sleep; that which quiets. --Shak. 2. Hence: Good night; good-by. [Obs.] --Shak.

Meaning of lullaby from wikipedia

- A lullaby (/ˈlʌləbaɪ/), or cradle song, is a soothing song or piece of music that is usually pla**** for (or sung to) children. The purposes of lullabies...
- This Lullaby (2002) is a young adult novel written by Sarah Dessen. Remy is an eighteen-year-old who is about to leave for college. Her father, a musician...
- Goodbye Lullaby is the fourth studio album by Canadian singer and songwriter Avril Lavigne. It was released on 2 March 2011 through RCA Records. Recording...
- Itsuki Lullaby (in ****anese: 五木の子守唄 Itsuki no komoriuta) is a lullaby known widely in ****an, and is a folk song representative of Kyūshū, ****an. The Itsuki...
- A Basque Lullaby is a lullaby written by Florence ****e and published in The American Song Book: A Collection Of Songs And Hymns For Use In Schools And...
- A lullaby or lullabye is a soothing song, sung most often to children before sleep. Lullaby or lullabye may also refer to: Lullaby (1937 film), a Soviet...
- "Lullaby of Birdland" is a jazz standard and po****r song composed by George Shearing with lyrics by George David Weiss (under the pseudonym "B. Y. Forster")...
- A Static Lullaby was an American post-hardcore band that formed in Chino Hills, California, in 2001. A Static Lullaby came together after a casual high...
- "Downhill Lullaby" is a song by American singer Sky Ferreira, released as the lead single from her upcoming second studio album Masochism on March 27...
- Johannes Brahms's "Wiegenlied" ("Lullaby"; "Cradle Song"), Op. 49, No. 4, is a lied for voice and piano which was first published in 1868. It is one of...
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