Correption

In Latin and Greek poetry, correption (n; Latin correptiō korˈreptɪoː `a shortening`) is the shortening of a long vowel at the end of one word before a short vowel at the beginning of the next. Vowels next to each other in neighboring words are in hiatus. Homer uses correption in dactylic hexameter: Here the sequence η ε in bold must be pr.....
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Correption

• (n.) Chiding; reproof; reproach.
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Correption

Cor·rep'tion noun [ Latin correptio , fr . corripere to seize.] Chiding; reproof; reproach. [ Obsolete] « Angry, passionate correption being rather apt to provoke, than to amend. Hammond. »
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correption

correption Chiding; reproof; reproach (an obsolete term).
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correption

shortening in pronunciation
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