(In Scotland or Ireland) a funeral song.
More example sentences
- ‘Oh, there'll be plenty of that… but not if you play coronachs,’ said Darien.
early 16th century (originally Scots, denoting the outcry of a crowd): from Scottish Gaelic corranach (Irish coranach), from comh- 'together' + rànach 'outcry'.
Definition of coronach in:
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