Definition of Abecedarius

1. Noun. A poem having lines beginning with letters of the alphabet in regular order.

Generic synonyms: Poem, Verse Form



Definition of Abecedarius

1. Noun. An acrostic poem in which the lines begin with the letters of the alphabet in sequence ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abecedarius

abductores
abductors
abducts
abeam
abear
abearance
abeared
abearing
abearings
abears
abecarnil
abecedaria
abecedarians
abecedaries
abecedarium
abecedarius (current term)
abecedariuses
abecedary
abecediaries
abecediary
abecedism
abecedisms
abed
abediterol
abegge
abegging
abeigh
abele
abeles
abelia

Literary usage of Abecedarius

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1. Historiae rhythmicae: Liturgische Reimofficien des Mittelalters by Guido Maria Dreves, Clemens Blume (1889)
"13. Ad BV Mariam 14. Saper Ave Marin 15. Alta oratio de BV Maria . 16. Post carmina BV oratio . . 41 41. 44] 42. 44 ' 43. 45 ยก44. Sette abecedarius V 117 ..."

2. Transactions of the Canadian Institute by Canadian Institute (1849-1914). (1893)
"Of his Psa/mits abecedarius, Zeuss affirms that, as if it were to open a new country and to announce a new age, it presents a novel form of poetry, ..."

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