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  • 42Chroneme — In linguistics, a chroneme is a basic, theoretical unit of sound that can distinguish words by duration only of a vowel or consonant. The noun chroneme is derived from Greek χρονος (chronos, time), and the suffixed eme, which is analogous to the… …

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  • 44List of literary terms — The following is a list of literary terms; that is, those words used in discussion, classification, criticism, and analysis of literature.: See also: Glossary of poetry terms, Literary criticism, Literary theory CompactTOC8 name=Contents… …

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  • 46Robert Bridges (poète) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Bridges. Robert Bridges Robert Seymour Bridges, né le 23 octobre 1844, mort le 21 avril 1930, est un poète anglais, po …

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  • 47Robert Bridges — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Robert Bridges Robert Bridges nació el 23 de octubre de 1844 en Walmer; y falleció el 21 de abril de 1930. Fue un poeta inglés gran amigo de Gerard Manley Hopkins. Obtuvo la Orden de Mérito …

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  • 48anapest — anapestic, anapaestic, adj. anapestically, anapaestically, adv. /an euh pest /, n. Pros. a foot of three syllables, two short followed by one long in quantitative meter, and two unstressed followed by one stressed in accentual meter, as in for… …

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  • 49iamb — /uy am, uy amb/, n. Pros. a foot of two syllables, a short followed by a long in quantitative meter, or an unstressed followed by a stressed in accentual meter, as in Come live / with me / and be / my love. [1835 45; short for IAMBUS] * * * ▪… …

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  • 50spondee — /spon dee/, n. Pros. a foot of two syllables, both of which are long in quantitative meter or stressed in accentual meter. [1350 1400; ME sponde < L spondeus < Gk spondeîos, deriv. of spondé libation] * * * ▪ prosody       metrical foot&#8230; …

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  • 51quantitative verse — ▪ literature       in prosody, a metrical system based on the duration of the syllables that make up the feet (foot), without regard for accents or stresses. Quantitative verse is made up of long and short syllables, the duration of which is&#8230; …

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  • 52syllabic verse — ▪ literature       in prosody, the metrical system that is most commonly used in English poetry. It is based on both the number of stresses, or accents, and the number of syllables in each line of verse. A line of iambic pentameter (pentameter)&#8230; …

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  • 53Verbum Supernum Prodiens — • The first line of two hymns celebrating respectively the Nativity of Christ and the Institution of the Holy Eucharist Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Verbum Supernum Prodiens     Verbum Supernum Prodiens …

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  • 54Campion, Thomas — (1567 1620)    English poet and composer. His devotion to ancient Roman prosody appears in his Observations in the Art of English Poesie (1602), which attacks the medieval use of rhyme and urges modern poets to follow classical practice. On this&#8230; …

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  • 56long — long1 [lôŋ] adj. [ME &LT; OE, akin to Ger lang &LT; Gmc * lango &GT; ON langr, Goth laggs: ? akin to L longus] 1. measuring much from end to end in space or from beginning to end in time; not short or brief 2. measured from end to end rather than …

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  • 57short — [shôrt] adj. [ME &LT; OE scort, akin to ON skort, short piece of clothing, OHG scurz, short &LT; IE * (s)kerd &LT; base * (s)ker , to cut, SHEAR &LT; CURT] 1. not extending far from end to end; not long or not long enough 2. not great in span,&#8230; …

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  • 58accent — n. & v. n. 1 a particular mode of pronunciation, esp. one associated with a particular region or group (Liverpool accent; German accent; upper class accent). 2 prominence given to a syllable by stress or pitch. 3 a mark on a letter or word to&#8230; …

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  • 59syl|lab´i|cal|ly — syl|lab|ic «suh LAB ihk», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. of, having to do with, or made up of syllables. 2. forming a separate syllable by itself. The second l in little is syllabic. 3. pronounced syllable by syllable; uttered with distinct separation …

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  • 60syl|lab|ic — «suh LAB ihk», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. of, having to do with, or made up of syllables. 2. forming a separate syllable by itself. The second l in little is syllabic. 3. pronounced syllable by syllable; uttered with distinct separation of&#8230; …

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