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Definition of Alliterate

Alliterate
Alliterate Al*lit"er*ate, v. t. To employ or place so as to make alliteration. --Skeat.
Alliterate
Alliterate Al*lit"er*ate, v. i. To compose alliteratively; also, to constitute alliteration.

Meaning of Alliterate from wikipedia

- such as alliterating z with s, as does the author of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, or as Anglo-Saxon (Old English) poets would alliterate hard/fricative...
- stressed syllables, the first three of which alliterate on ⟨h⟩ /x/ and the last of which does not alliterate, essentially the same pattern found in much...
- second half-line, which will alliterate with one or more important words or syllables in the first half-line. These alliterated words or syllables will have...
- consonant in a word alliterates with the same consonant at the beginning of another word, as with Gār-Dena and ġeār-dagum. Vowels alliterate with any other...
- divided by a breath-pause or caesura. There must be at least one of the alliterating sounds on each side of the caesura. hreran mid hondum    hrimcealde sæ...
- these the writing is prose, in the other a combination of prose and alliterating verse. The latter m****cript was severely damaged in the 18th and 19th...
- film companies these days." Waters has often created characters with alliterated names for his films including Corny Collins, Cuddles Kovinsky, Donald...
- Malone (1929) proposed the name Yrse for the unnamed queen, as that would alliterate with Onela. This, however, is still hotly debated amongst editors. The...
- who belonged to the royal House of Wes****, and it characteristically alliterates with the names of his ancestors, like Æthelwulf ("noble-wolf"), Ælfred...
- to the New World. The same idea is expressed in The Lost Road, via an alliterating line in Primitive Germanic is revealed to one protagonist, Westra lage...
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