Definition of Dizain

1. a ten-line stanza [n -S]



Dizain Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Dizain Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Dizain

diwaniyas
diwans
dixanthogen
dixenite
dixi
dixie
dixies
dixit
dixits
dixy
dixyrazine
diylidene
diyne
diynes
diz
dizain (current term)
dizains
dize
dizen
dizened
dizening
dizenment
dizenments
dizens
dizi
dizis
dizocilpine
dizocilpine maleate
dizygotic

Literary usage of Dizain

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ballades and Verses Vain by Andrew Lang (1884)
"dizain. /JS, to the pipe, -with rhythmic feet ^-* In windings of some old-world dance, The smiling couples cross and meet, Join hands, and then in line ..."

2. Living English Poets: MDCCCLXXXII. (1883)
"dizain As, to the pipe, with rhythmic feet In windings of some old-world dance, The smiling couples cross and meet, Join hands, and then in line advance, ..."

3. XXXII Ballades in Blue China by Andrew Lang (1888)
"dizain. As, to the pipe, with rhythmic feet In windings of some old-world dance, The smiling couples cross and meet, Join hands, and then in line advance, ..."

4. A Dictionary Geographical, Statistical, and Historical of the Various by John Ramsay McCulloch, Frederick Martin (1866)
"The supreme power is in a diet, composed of four deputies from each dizain, chosen for two years bv the dizain councils, which are elected by all the ..."

5. A History of French Versification by Leon Emile Kastner (1903)
"None of the forms mentioned represent that of the dizain, ... The dizain was revived to a certain extent in the eighteenth century, and likewise used ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Dizain

Search for Dizain on Dictionary.com!Search for Dizain on Thesaurus.com!Search for Dizain on Google!Search for Dizain on Wikipedia!

Search