Alcaic

[n] - verse in the meter used in Greek and Latin poetry consisting of strophes of 4 tetrametric lines
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Alcaic

Al·ca'ic adjective [ Latin Alcaïcus , Greek ....] Pertaining to Alcæus, a lyric poet of Mitylene, about 6000 b. c. -- noun A kind of verse, so called from Alcæus. One variety consists of five feet, a spondee or iambic, an iambic, a long syllable, and two dactyls...
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Alcaic

Alcaic verse noun verse in the meter used in Greek and Latin poetry consisting of strophes of 4 tetrametric lines; reputedly invented by Alcaeus
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Alcaic

• (a.) Pertaining to Alcaeus, a lyric poet of Mitylene, about 6000 b. c. • (n.) A kind of verse, so called from Alcaeus. One variety consists of five feet, a spondee or iambic, an iambic, a long syllable, and two dactyls.
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alcaic

classical Greek poetic stanza composed of four lines of varied metrical feet, with five long syllables in the first two lines, four in the third and ...
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