[ bɜːsˈɜːz], [ bɜːsˈɜːz], [ b_ɜː_s_ˈɜː_z]
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The berceuse is a French term for a lullaby. It is believed to have originated from the Italian word berca, meaning "to dash". It is likely that the French term has been borrowed from Italian. The berceuse usually consists of a simple melody, with lyrics that often describe the natural world. It is typically sung by a mother to her child, or by someone else to comfort someone else.
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