Definition of Trisemes

1. triseme [n] - See also: triseme



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trisemes

trisagion
trisaturated
triscele
trisceles
trisect
trisected
trisecting
trisection
trisections
trisector
trisectors
trisects
triselenide
triselenides
triseme
trisemes (current term)
trisemic
trisensory
triseralous
triseriate
triservice
trishaw
trishaws
trisilane
trisiloxane
trisiloxanes
trisilver
triskaidecagon

Literary usage of Trisemes

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1. The Verse of Greek Comedy by John Williams White (1912)
"... normal long and short syllables shorter than the normal short;2 protracted theses, displaying a long syllable longer than the normal long, in trisemes ..."

2. A Grammar of Attic and Ionic Greek by Frank Cole Babbitt (1902)
"Occasionally lyric verses in $ time are found without cyclic dactyls or trisemes, and such verses by themselves might be explained as lyric trochaic, ..."

3. Hiatus in Greek Melic Poetry by Edward Bull Clapp (1904)
"... verse 11 instances, of which five are in the thesis of a dactyl, two in the thesis of a trochee, three are trisemes, ..."

4. University of California Publications in Classical Philology by University of California, Berkeley (1904)
"... verse 11 instances, of which five are in the thesis of a dactyl, two in the thesis of a trochee, three are trisemes, ..."

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