concise compound or figurative phrase replacing a common noun, especially in Old Germanic, Old Norse, and Old English poetry. A kenning is commonly a ... [4 related articles]
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A kenning (Old Norse: kenning, Modern Icelandic pronunciation: cʰɛnːiŋk) is a type of literary trope, specifically circumlocution, in the form of a compound (usually two words, often hyphenated) that employs figurative language in place of a more concrete single-word noun. Kennings are strongly...
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a compound word in Old English poetry that replaces the usual name for something, often involving metonymy.
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In Anglo-Saxon and Norse literature, a figure of speech in which a descriptive phrase is used to refer to people or objects. Well-known examples (from the Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf) include banhus (bone house) for body, hron rad (whale road) for sea, and helmberend
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[volume] At this category belonge the duty free zones of Europe. ...
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1) Figure 2) Figure of speech 3) Image 4) Trope
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A form of compounding in Old English, Old Norse, and Germanic poetry. In this poetic device, the poe
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a compound word in Old English poetry that replaces the usual name for something, often involving me
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