A metrical foot (of Greek origin) containing one long syllable and three short syllables. The position of the long syllable can be varied hence the so-called first, second, third or fourth paeon.
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A foot of four syllables, one long and three short, admitting of four combinations, according to the place of the long syllable. ... Alternative forms:, less correctly, paean. ... Origin: L. Paeon, Gr. A solemn song, also, a paeon, equiv. To . See Paean. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1...
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• (n.) A foot of four syllables, one long and three short, admitting of four combinations, according to the place of the long syllable.
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Paeon is a Greek boy name. The meaning of the name is `Mythical Medical god` The name Paeon doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Paeon seems to be unique!
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Greek and Latin metrical foot consisting of three short and one long syllables: the first paeon / ' ~ ~ ~ /, the second paeon / ~ ' ~ ~ /, the third paeon / ~ ~ ' ~ /, and the fourth paeon / ~ ~ ~ ' /.
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[son of Endymion] Paeon (Παίων, gen.: Παίονος) in Greek mythology was a son of Endymion, king of Elis, and brother of Epeius, Aetolus, and Eurycyda; from whom the district of Paeonia, on the Axius river in Macedonia, was believed to have derived its name. ...
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[prosody] In prosody a paeon (or paean) is a metrical foot used in both poetry, or prose. It consists of four syllables, with one of the syllables being long and the other three short. Paeons were often used in the traditional Greek hymn to Apollo called paeans. Its use in English poetry is ...
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[father of Agastrophus] Paeon or Paion (Παίων, gen.: Παίονος) in Greek mythology was a Paionian mentioned in the Iliad of Homer as the father of the warrior Agastrophus, slain by Diomedes, while fighting on the side of Troy in the Trojan War. He is presumedly the same Paeon menti...
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[son of Antilochus] In Greek mythology, Paeon was the son of Antilochus, and a lord of Messenia. His father was one of the suitors of Helen, who together with his father Nestor, the king of Pylos, and brother Thrasymedes, fought in the Trojan War. Paeon`s sons were among the descendants of N...
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[son of Poseidon] In Greek mythology, Paeon was a son of Poseidon by Helle, who fell into the Hellespont. In some legends he was called Edonus. He was the brother of the giant Almops. ...
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1) Greek boy name 2) Hymn
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