Definition of Glyconic. Meaning of Glyconic. Synonyms of Glyconic

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Definition of Glyconic

Glyconic
Glyconic Gly*con"ic, a. [Gr. ? a kind of verse, so called from its inventor, Glycon.] (Pros.) Consisting of a spondee, a choriamb, and a pyrrhic; -- applied to a kind of verse in Greek and Latin poetry. -- n. (Pros.) A glyconic verse.

Meaning of Glyconic from wikipedia

- Glyconic (from Glycon, a Gr**** lyric poet) is a form of meter in cl****ical Gr**** and Latin poetry. The glyconic line is the most basic form of Aeolic...
- works of Sappho, mostly uses four cl****ical meters known as the Aeolics: Glyconic (the most basic form of Aeolic line), hendecasyllabic verse, Sapphic stanza...
- asclepiad is built around a choriamb. The Asclepiad may be described as a glyconic that has been expanded with one (Lesser Asclepiad) or two (Greater Asclepiad)...
- example, an Asclepiad may be analyzed as a glyconic with choriambic expansion (glc, gl2c), and a glyconic with dactylic expansion produces the stichic...
- upon two kinds of lines, the Glyconic and the Pherecratean. Both have the choriamb | – u u – | as their nucleus. The Glyconic can be represented as follows:...
- crops. These can be converted in the following pathways: Sugar beet > Glyconic acid > Polyglyconic acid Starch > (fermentation) > Lactic acid > Polylactic...
- the most common meter in the dialogue portions of tragedy and comedy Glyconic and pherecratean Asclepiad Sapphic stanza, so called for Sappho Alcaic...
- Mediol. 32 glyconic||glyconic||creticus glyconic||| 9 Fragment 100 Pollux uncertain 1 Fragment 101 Athenaeus perhaps: glyconic||glyconic||glyconic with dactylic...
- cretic metre constituting the paean, while the tenth in aeolic rhythms (glyconics and choriambic dimeters) is the prosodion. Slightly more lines of the...
- verses by the metre: lambelegiac, logaedic verses: Asclepiad, Saphique, Glyconic, Aristophanian, Phalaean, Peregrinean. The piece lasts about 16 minutes...
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