Meaning of choragus

cho•ra•gus

Pronunciation: (ku-rā'gus, kō-, kô-), [key]
— pl. -gi -gus•es.
  1. (in ancient Greece)
    1. the leader of a dramatic chorus.
    2. a person who undertook the expense of providing for such a chorus.
  2. any conductor of an entertainment or festival.
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