Lilting vs Silting - What's the difference?

lilting | silting |


As verbs the difference between lilting and silting

is that lilting is while silting is .

As an adjective lilting

is having a lilt; with energy, spirit and sprightliness; lively and cheerful.

As a noun lilting

is type of lively singing without any musical accompaniment, where the tune itself is sung.

lilting

English

Adjective

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  • Having a lilt; with energy, spirit and sprightliness; lively and cheerful.
  • Derived terms

    * liltingly

    Noun

    (-)
  • Type of lively singing without any musical accompaniment, where the tune itself is sung.
  • * Year , Anthology of Music and Dance of the Americas, The JVC/Smithsonian Folkways, Vol 1, Canada and the United States: Secular Traditions.,
  • Especially welcome in this survey are two examples of turlute, or lilting'. In communities where musical instruments were not available, turlute was a common dance accompaniment. The popularity and availability of musical instruments has made ' lilting a rare art.

    Derived terms

    * liltingness

    Verb

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    silting

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