noun cho·ra·gus \kə-ˈrā-gəs\

Definition of CHORAGUS

:  the leader of a chorus or choir; broadly :  the leader of any group or movement
:  a leader of a dramatic chorus in ancient Greece
cho·rag·ic \-ˈra-jik\ adjective

Variants of CHORAGUS

cho·ra·gus or cho·re·gus \-ˈrē-, -ˈrā-\

Origin of CHORAGUS

Latin & Greek; Latin choragus, from Greek choragos, chorēgos, from choros chorus + agein to lead — more at agent
First Known Use: 1625

Rhymes with CHORAGUS


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