A.hymn to Dionysus, sung in festal processions to his honour, Cratin.36.
II. = Lat. triumphus (which is borrowed fr. θ. through Etruscan), Plb.6.15.8, D.S.12.64, Mon. Anc.Gr.2.20, SIG804.9 (Cos, i A.D.), Plu.Publ.20, etc.; ὁ μέγας θ. the triumph, opp. ὁ ἐλάττων θ. ovatio, Id.Marc.22, cf. D.H.8.67; ὁ πεζὸς θ.,= ovatio, Id.9.36. (For the termination perh. cf. ἴαμβος, διθύραμβος, but the origin of θρι- is unknown.)