Molossus

• (n.) A foot of three long syllables.
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Molossus

[bat] Molossus is a genus of bats. The genus contains ten species with a New World distribution from Mexico in the north to northern Argentina at its most southerly limit. Four of these species have distributions that include various islands in the West Indies such as Puerto Rico or Trinidad. The genus belongs to a group commonly referred t...
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Molossus

[dog] The Molossus (Μολοσσὸς) is an extinct breed of dog from ancient southern Europe. ==History== This ancient extinct breed of dog is commonly considered to be the ancestor (in rivalry with the Alaunt, the dog of the Alans) of today`s Mastiff-type dogs and of many other modern breeds. Mastiff-type dogs are often referred to as Mo...
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Molossus

[poetry] A molossus is a metrical foot used in Greek and Latin poetry. It consists of three long syllables. Examples of Latin words constituting molossi are audiri, cantabant, virtutem. In English poetry, syllables are usually categorized as being either stressed or unstressed, rather than long or short, and the unambiguous molossus rarely ...
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Molossus

Mo·los'sus noun [ Latin , from Greek ..., prop., Molossian, belonging to the Molossians, a people in the eastern part of Epirus.] (Gr. & Lat. Pros.) A foot of three long syllables. [ Written also molosse .]
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Molossus

Classical metrical foot containing three long or stressed syllables.
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molossus

Greek and Latin metrical foot consisting of long, long, and long syllables / ' ' ' /.
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Molossus

Greek and latin metrical foot consisting of long, long, and long syllables / ' ' ' /.
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Molossus

long-long-long
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molossus

verse foot of three long syllables
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