chace

Definition of chace

 (Entry 1 of 2)

variant spelling of chase:2

chace

noun
\ ˈshȧs\
plural chaces\ -​ȧs(ə̇z) \

Definition of chace (Entry 2 of 2)

: a 14th century French part-song in the form of a canon at the unison

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History and Etymology for chace

Noun

Middle French chace, chasse, literally, chase

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