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Lexicographical Neighbors of Triseme
Literary usage of Triseme
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Verse of Greek Comedy by John Williams White (1912)
"Μ., § 10 W.), so a long syllable may be protracted to the value of three, four or five times, and may be designated as a triseme, ..."
2. A Greek Grammar by William Watson Goodwin (1896)
"Thus a triseme (i_ = J.) may represent a trochee (_ w), ... An apparent trochee (i_ w), consisting of a triseme (L_) and a short syllable, ..."
3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"... related to each other in the regular ratio of two to one; the triseme (l_); the tribrach (^ ow); and occasionally, but only in the first foot, or base, ..."
4. A Greek Grammar for Schools and Colleges by James Hadley, Frederic De Forest Allen (1912)
"Prolonged long syllables sometimes occur : the triseme ( ‘— ), equal to three short syllables ; and the ..."
5. Chapters on Greek Metric by Thomas Dwight Goodell (1901)
"... to a triseme or a tetra- seme — hi other words, kola of dactyls and trochees alone. Following the indications of the ..."
6. A Complete Latin Grammar by Albert Harkness (1898)
"A long syllable has in general twice the value of a short syllable, and is indicated either by the sign _, or by a quarter note in music, '. 2. triseme. ..."