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Dies Irae

literally "day of wrath," first words of Latin hymn of Last Judgment, attributed to Thomas of Celano (c. 1250). See diurnal + ire.

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Definitions of Dies Irae

Dies Irae (n.)
the first words of a medieval Latin hymn describing the Last Judgment (literally `day of wrath');
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Dictionary entries near Dies Irae

dido

didst

die

die-hard

dieresis

Dies Irae

dies non

diesel

diet

dietal

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