- singsing1 [siŋ]vi.sang, sung, singing [ME singen < OE singan, akin to Ger singen < IE base * sengwh- > Gr omphē, a voice, oracle]1.a) to produce musical sounds or notes with the voice, esp. in a connected series, as in giving voice to a songb) to perform musical selections vocally, esp. as a professional2. to use song or verse in description, praise, etc. [of thee I sing]3.a) to make musical sounds like those made by the human voice, as a violin or songbirdb) to make a sound of whistling, buzzing, humming, etc., as a steaming teakettle, a bee, a strong wind, etc.4. to have a sensation of ringing, humming, buzzing, etc., as the ears5. to admit of being sung6. to be exultant; rejoice [a sight to make one's heart sing]7. Slang to confess to a crime, esp. so as to implicate othersvt.1. to render or deliver (a song, musical role, etc.) by singing2. to chant or intone (part of a church service, etc.)3. to describe, proclaim, extol, celebrate, etc. in or as in song or verse [to sing someone's praises]4. to bring to a given state or place by or with singing [to sing a baby to sleep]n.1. Informal singing by a group gathered for the purpose2. such a gathering of people——————sing outInformal to speak or call out loudly; shoutsingableadj.sing2abbrev.singular
English World dictionary. V. Neufeldt. 2014.