sung vs sang

sung sang


  • 1) the imperial dynasty of China from 960 to 1279; noted for art and literature and philosophy
  • 2) A preterit and the past participle of singular
  • 3) The pine or fir, used as a decorative motive in Chinese art.
  • 4) Past participle of sing
  • 5) imp.&p.p.ofsing.


  • 1) North American woodland herb similar to and used as substitute for the Chinese ginseng
  • 2) A reduction of ginseng. Also seng.
  • 3) Same as malignant anthrax (French sang de rate).
  • 4) An obsolete or dialectal (Scotch) form of song.
  • 5) A Chinese musical instrument, consisting of a set of graduated bamboo tubes, which contain free reeds, inserted on a gourd with a mouthpiece, so that the reeds may be sounded by the breath.
  • 6) Blood: used in heraldry, in different combinations.
  • 7) Simple past of sing.
  • 8) imp.ofsing.
  • 9) Preteritofsing.


  • 1) He says the words of the poet are known and sung all over Central Asia.
  • 2) She produced a list of Eddie's successes she would like sung during their stay.


  • 1) A bird to match sang in a cage in the window, noisily saluting the room.
  • 2) Margot Maynard sang a few bars of one of their school songs.
  • 3) She hummed the melody, waving her fingers from side to side as she sang.
  • 4) Peter softly sang a Doors song,'This is... the end... beautiful friend.

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