Versicular
Versicular Ver*sic"u*lar, a. [See {Versicle}.] Of or pertaining to verses; designating distinct divisions of a writing. [1913 Webster]

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  • versicular — adjective Etymology: Latin versiculus little verse Date: 1812 of or relating to verses or versicles …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • versicular — /veuhr sik yeuh leuhr/, adj. of or consisting of verses. [1805 15; < L versicul(us) VERSICLE + AR1] * * * …   Universalium

  • versicular — ver·sic·u·lar …   English syllables

  • versicular — /vɜˈsɪkjələ/ (say ver sikyuhluh) adjective of or consisting of versicles or verses. {Latin versiculus little verse + ar1} …   Australian English dictionary

  • versicular — (|)vər|sikyələr adjective Etymology: Latin versiculus + English ar : of or relating to verses or versicles; especially : of or relating to biblical verses …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jorge Zalamea — Borda (Bogotá, 8 de mayo de 1905 10 de mayo de 1969) fue un poeta, ensayista y político colombiano. Estuvo en el grupo los nuevos de la literatura. Vivió en España unos años, durante su juventud, y fue gran amigo de Federico García Lorca. También …   Wikipedia Español

  • Yanko González — Cangas Nacimiento 1971 Santiago de Chile Nacionalidad …   Wikipedia Español

  • versicle —   n. short verse; Ecclesiastical, short verse followed by response.    ♦ versicular, a. pertaining to or marking verses …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • versicle — n. each of the short sentences in a liturgy said or sung by a priest etc. and alternating with responses. Derivatives: versicular adj. Etymology: ME f. OF versicule or L versiculus dimin. of versus: see VERSE …   Useful english dictionary

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