endecha

noun
en·​de·​cha | \enˈdāchə\
plural -s

Definition of endecha 

: a short mournful Spanish song usually having four lines of six or seven syllables

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History and Etymology for endecha

Spanish, probably from Latin indicta, neuter plural of indictus, past participle of indicere to proclaim, announce, from in + dicere to say

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