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Paean

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  1. a term used to describe a type of triumphal or grateful song, usually choral though sometimes individual

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  2. now usually used to mean an expression of praise or exultation (such as its coining in the tautological expression "paeans of praise")

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  3. pronounced as the last two syllables of "European", (IPA: ˈpiːən)

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  4. comes from the ancient Greek use of the term, which was also used as the name of the healer of the gods

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  5. In Homer, Paion was the Greek physician of the gods: in Iliad V he heals the wounded Ares and Hades with herbal lore

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