MEANING: noun:
1. A piece of writing or speech in an inflated or wildly enthusiastic manner.
2. An impassioned Greek choral song, originally in honor of the god Dionysus or Bacchus.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin dithyrambus, from Greek dithyrambos. Earliest documented use: 1603.

DITCH YRAMB - get away from Yramb

DITZY RAM B. - sometimes my guru acts exceedingly strange

EDIT: HYRAM B - not "Hyram A"