Women," on the other hand, is disyllabic
and is stressed on its first syllable.
rhymes (neither, breather) shrink to one-syllable rhymes inside two-syllable words (opposed, enclosed), and then to the desperate gasps of go and O.
9) The rhyme of the disyllabic
lines echoes the last word in the preceding line and in doing so creates surprising combinations of words that have no logical connection with one another.
in that anguished disyllabic
, saucer-shaped sort of way.
If one is to keep Q's 't", then one also needs to keep the disyllabic
pronunciation suggested by Q's spelling 'yeares'.
Seeing both first and second half-lines with disyllabic
anacrusis as part of the long line, and finding that with some classes of sentence particles the other half-line is more often hypermetrical than with others is a major step forward in understanding 'Kuhn's Law', understanding anacrusis, and understanding the long line.
compounds make up about 70 per cent of basic vocabulary in modern Chinese.
53) Thus, while the relatively early Aratea shows regularized caesura and disyllabic
or trisyllabic line-end, it still allows both the spondaic fifth foot(54) and the trochaic caesura in the fourth.
Jade Ngoc Quang Huynh - actually his Vietnamese first name is the disyllabic
Quang-Ngoc (Shining Gem), brutally broken up by ignorant Immigration and Naturalization Service clerks - is one of the seventeen children of the Huynh clan in a Mekong Delta village.
The ready ease of Melibee's question intimates its complacency, which is lent a comic cast by the wavering referent of the phrase "my flockes father" (the ram or the deity) and the disyllabic
rhyme (amend it/send it).
This idea of harmony seems even more clear with disyllabic
or "feminine" endings: "faces/houses" is more appealing than "faces/places"; "flavor/quiver" has more interest than "flavor/savor" or "giver/quiver.
The number of syllables was examined by classifying words as monosyllabic, disyllabic
, trisyllabic and polysyllabic.