Definition of Trochaical. Meaning of Trochaical. Synonyms of Trochaical

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Definition of Trochaical

Trochaical
Trochaic Tro*cha"ic, Trochaical Tro*cha"ic*al, a. [L. trocha["i]cus, Gr. ? or ?. See Trochee.] (Pros.) Of or pertaining to trochees; consisting of trochees; as, trochaic measure or verse.

Meaning of Trochaical from wikipedia

- is the reverse of an iamb. The adjective form is trochaic. The English word trochee is itself trochaic since it is composed of the stressed syllable /ˈtroʊ/...
- Trochaic tetrameter is a meter in poetry. It refers to a line of four trochaic feet. The word "tetrameter" simply means that the poem has four trochees...
- Trochaic octameter is a poetic meter with eight trochaic metrical feet per line. Each foot has one stressed syllable followed by an unstressed syllable...
- the trochaic septenarius is one of two major forms of poetic metre based on the trochee as its dominant rhythmic unit, the other being trochaic octonarius...
- of "da DUM", a trochaic substitution would introduce a foot of "DUM da". In a line of verse that normally employs iambic meter, trochaic substitution describes...
- the iambic senarii were spoken without music; trochaic septenarii (and also iambic septenarii and trochaic and iambic octonarii) were chanted or recited...
- "Oh My Darling, Clementine" is an American western folk ballad in trochaic meter usually credited to Percy Montrose (1884), although it is sometimes credited...
- even–numbered syllables, or on the first syllable, in the case of an initial trochaic inversion. It is not the case, as is often alleged, that iambic pentameter...
- soothe In a trochaic pair, each word is a trochee, with the first syllable stressed and the second syllable unstressed. In an trochaic-or-iambic pair...
- "Because I could not stop for Death" (Emily ****inson, eponymous lyric) Trochaic tetrameter: "Peter, Peter, pumpkin-eater" (English nursery rhyme) Dactylic...
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