Sung

Sung may refer to several things:

  • The Song Dynasty, a dynasty of Ancient China.
  • An alternate transliteration of the Korean family name Song.
  • An alternate transliteration of the Korean family name Seong.
  • The Korean family name Sung.
  • Korean means Star(星), Saint(聖), Sex(姓, Gender), Achieve(成), Family name(性), Sound(聲), Look(省) and so forth.
  • An alternate transliteration of the Chinese family name Song.
  • An family of East Asian typeface known as Ming or Sung (Song).
  • Past tense of sing.

Other articles related to "sung":

What A Friend We Have In Jesus - In Asia
... In Indonesia, the hymn is known as "Yesus Kawan yang Sejati" and is sung in Indonesian or Batak (the indigenous language of North Sumatra) in Manado, Maluccan, and Protestant churches (around 6 ... In Hindi, the hymn is a very important song and is sung as "Yeshu kaisa dost pyara" ... In Malayalam, the hymn as "Enthu Nallore sakhi Yesu" is sung to comfort and as an invitation to Christ ...
Gaana
... as a fastbeat song, with less emphasis on meaning, sung at a celebration ... Though the song sung doesn't have any meaning, there are a few unique signifiers of Gaana which include It should not have more than 4–5 words per line ... It must be sung at more than normal pace, so that words are not clear ...
Kono Aozora Ni Yakusoku O - Music
... na Brilliant" (小さなブリリアント, Chīsa na Buririanto?) was sung by Kaori and written by Chiyomaru Shikura and "Taiyō to Umi no Melody" (太陽と海のメロディ, Taiyō to Umi no Merodi?) was sung by ... Aozora ni Yakusoku o" (この青空に約束を?), was also sung by Kaori and the ending theme, "Aozora no Fantasia ...
Don't Forget Your Old Shipmates
... "Don't Forget Your Old Shipmates" is a naval traditional song that was sung by sailors in the Napoleonic Era ... It is sung in the Wardroom scene in Master and Commander The Far Side of the World ... It is still sung aboard some surface combatant ships of the British Royal Navy ...

Famous quotes containing the word sung:

    The echo is, to some extent, an original sound, and therein is the magic and charm of it. It is not merely a repetition of what was worth repeating in the bell, but partly the voice of the wood; the same trivial words and notes sung by a wood-nymph.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I am very sorry to know and hear how unreverently that most precious jewel, the Word of God, is disputed, rhymed, sung and jangled in every ale-house and tavern, contrary to the true meaning and doctrine of the same.
    Henry VIII (1491–1547)

    She sang a song that sounds like life; I mean it was sad. Délira knew no other types of songs. She didn’t sing loud, and the song had no words. It was sung with closed lips and it stayed down in one’s throat.... Life is what taught them, these Negresses, to sing as if they were choking back sobs. It is a song that always ends with a beginning anew because this song is the picture of misery, and tell me, does misery ever end?
    Jacques Roumain (1907–1945)