- 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
syllables, the first three
of which alliterate
on ⟨h⟩ /x/ and the last of which
does not alliterate
the same pattern found
in a word alliterates
with the same consonant
at the beginning
word, as with Gār-Dena and ġeār-dagum. Vowels alliterate
with any other...
the name Yrse for the unnamed
queen, as that would alliterate
with Onela. This, however, is still hotly debated amongst
is prose, in the other
verse. The latter
m****cript was severely damaged
in the 18th and 19th...
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...
with one or more important words
in the first
half-line. These alliterated words
- film companies these
has often created characters
with alliterated names
for his films including Corny
- rímnahættir ([ˈrimnaˌhaihtɪr̥], "rímur meters"). They are rhymed, they alliterate
of two to four lines
per stanza. The plural, rímur, is either...
- Old High German
willo). In Proto-Norse, the three
, *Wōdinaz, Wiljô, Wīhą),[failed verification] so that they can be taken...