Definition of Proem. Meaning of Proem. Synonyms of Proem

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Definition of Proem

Proem
Proem Pro"em, n. [L. prooemium, Gr. ?; ? before + ? way, course or strain of a song: cf. F. pro[`e]me.] Preface; introduction; preliminary observations; prelude. Thus much may serve by way of proem. --Swift.
Proem
Proem Pro"em, v. t. To preface. [Obs.] --South.

Meaning of Proem from wikipedia

- A preface (/ˈprɛfəs/) or proem (/ˈproʊɛm/) is an introduction to a book or other literary work written by the work's author. An introductory essay written...
- a signing with Roadrunner Records; they released their second EP titled Proem in 2014, and their debut studio album Memoirs of a Murderer that same year...
- Gotthard Gunther introduced the term proemial relation in his 1970 paper "Cognition and Volition". Meaning "to preface", it specifically refers to the...
- probably near 800. The poem was originally divided into three parts: A proem (Gr****: προοίμιον), which introduced the entire work, A section known as...
- consecutive proems forming a separate collection, certainly made by the author of the Midrash. They constitute more than one-fourth of the work These proems and...
- Satire VI is the most famous of the sixteen Satires by the Roman author Juvenal written in the late 1st or early 2nd century. In English translation, this...
- released material by artists such as Phoenecia, Dino Felipe, Machinedrum and Proem. Another burgeoning scene was the Chicago/Milwaukee area, with labels such...
- Past and Present is a book by Thomas Carlyle. It was published in April 1843 in England and the following month in the United States. It combines medieval...
- originally featured on both of the band's previous EPs (Midwest Monsters and Proem) along with 12 original songs, making a total of 16 songs. The album is...
- The Fortunes of Richard ****ny is a three-part novel by Australian writer Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson under her pen name, Henry Handel Richardson...
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