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glyconic

(ɡlaɪˈkɒnɪk) poetry
adj
(Poetry) (of a line of verse) consisting of three trochees and one dactyl
n
(Poetry) a form of Classical verse using glyconic lines
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There are also, however, elegiac couplets and poems composed in Asclepiad, glyconic, hexameter, and iambic metres, etc., revealing another reason why Macrin has been called the "French Horace."
Delta 140.3 (C-3), 116.6 (C-4), 93.6 (C-1), 72.7 (C-7), 69.8 (C-11), 65.1 (C-10), 46.6 (C- 8), 43.5 (C-9), 41.1 (C-6), 34.3 (C-5), Glyconic Carbon; 103.5 (C-1'), 78.4 (C-5'), 78.2 (C-3'), 75.5 (C-2'), 71.9 (C-4'), 62.5 (C-6'), Acetyl group at C-10: 173.3 (-COO), 20.9 (CH 3 ), Isovaleryl group at C-1: 173.1 (-COO), 44.4 (CH 2 ), 25.8 (CH), 22.8 (2CH 3 ).
The hymns De sacratione basilicae (187) (the metrical 2 nimium is found in the earliest manuscripts not used in the present edition) and that to St Cucufas (106) could very well be conventional Sapphics with the peculiarities of seventh-century Hispanic versification, rather than the vague "saficos y adonico ritmicos y cuantitativos"; the hymn to St Justa and St Rufina (147) and In profectione exercitus (195) (55 lauacrum is common in Alcimus Avitus and Venantius Fortunatus), are in conventional four-verse stanzas of Asclepiads and four-verse stanzas of three Asclepiads and one glyconic, respectively.
For Most (2000), the cosmic content of 5.m.1 "saves elegy from final rejection." The most frequent lyric meter is glyconic (1.m.6, 2.m.3, 2.m.8, 3.m.12, 4.m.3, 5.m.4).
The light beam can detect 18 or more components of wine simultaneously, including ethanol, total acid, volatile acid, malic acid, pH, lactic acid, glucose/fructose, reducing sugar, tartaric acid, density, total polyphenol index, glyconic acid, glycerol, methanol, sorbic acid, ethyl acetate, citric acid and C[O.sub.2].
The reaction may be a direct amination of the oligosaccharide, with the formation of a glycosylamine and optional N-acylation, or a reductive amination of the oligosaccharide, a glycitylamine being obtained, or alternatively an amidation of a glyconic acid.
So far from supporting the responsion --, the article cited concludes that `the penultimate element of o o -- is true long',(11) this common verse being a compound `glyconic + spondee' like wil [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is not found either'),(12) and in line with other compounds adding to the glyconic a prefix or suffix.(13)
Aeolic meters, such as the glyconic, typically are formed around a choriamb ( - U U - ), which may be preceded or followed (or both) by a variety of other metrical units to create a wide variety of metrical sequences.
glyconic Greek Glykoneus, a derivative of Glykon,Greek poet of unknown date
In classical prosody, a choriamb is scanned - U U - ; it is sometimes used by itself to form a complete system but is more often found as the nucleus of a colon such as a glyconic or another aeolic pattern.