- an ode or other poem written to retract something said in a previous poem
- a retraction
Origin of palinodeMiddle French palinod ; from Late Latin palinodia ; from Classical Greek palin?idia ; from palin, again (see palindrome) + ?id?, song: see ode
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in a previous poem.
- A formal statement of retraction.
Origin of palinodeFrom Late Latin palin&omacron;dia, from Greek palin&omacron;idia : palin, again; see kwel-1 in Indo-European roots + &omacron;id&emacron;, song; see parody.
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem.
From Latin palinÅdia (“palinode, recantation"), from Ancient Greek Ï€Î±Î»Î¹Î½á¿³Î´Î¯Î± (palinÅidia, “palinode"), from Ï€Î¬Î»Î¹Î½ (palin, “again") + á¾ Î´Î® (ÅidÄ“, “song").