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chant (verb), chants; chanted; chanting
1. A phrase or slogan repeatedly and rhythmically spoken, often with a simple singsong intonation, especially in unison by a crowd or group.
2. Something spoken monotonously or repetitiously; such as, a monotonous or repetitive song or intonation of the voice.
3. Music with a religious text or a set of words or syllables sung on the same note, or a single word or syllable sung on a series of notes.

Chants are used in psalms, canticles, and other parts of some religious services.

4. A psalm, prayer, or other religious text sung as a chant or repeatedly and rhythmically uttered.
5. Etymology: from Old French chanter, from Latin cantus, past participle stem of canere, "to sing".
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