Dodecasyllabic
Dodecasyllabic \Do*dec`a*syl*lab"ic\, a. [Gr. ? twelve + E. syllabic.] Having twelve syllables. [1913 Webster]

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  • dodecasyllabic — /doh dek euh si lab ik, doh dek /, adj. 1. consisting of or pertaining to 12 syllables. n. 2. a dodecasyllable. [1880 85; DODECA + SYLLABIC] * * * …   Universalium

  • dodecasyllabic — do·deca·syllabic …   English syllables

  • dodecasyllabic — (|)dō|dekə+ adjective Etymology: dodeca + syllabic 1. : having or composed of 12 syllables 2. : of or related to a dodecasyllable * * * /doh dek euh si lab ik, doh dek /, adj. 1. consisting of or pertaining to 12 syllables. n. 2. a dodecasyllable …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Jacob of Serugh — ( sy. ܝܥܩܘܒ ܣܪܘܓܝܐ, unicode|Yaʿqûḇ Srûḡāyâ ; his toponym is also spelt Serug or Sarug ; c. 451 – 29 November 521) was one of the foremost Syriac poet theologians, perhaps only second in stature to Ephrem the Syrian and equal to Narsai. Where his… …   Wikipedia

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  • Jacob of Saruq — Jacob of Sarug [James of Sarugh.] (born at Kurtam, 451, probably in the district of Sarugh, the son of a priest; died at Batnan 29 November521) was a writer of the Syrian Church, described as the flute of the Holy Spirit and the harp of the… …   Wikipedia

  • dodeca- — a combining form meaning twelve, used in the formation of compound words: dodecasyllabic. Also, esp. before a vowel, dodec . [ < Gk dodeka , comb. form of dodekás twelve, equiv. to do TWO + dekas TEN] * * * …   Universalium

  • Jacob Of Serugh — ▪ Syrian writer Serugh also spelled  Sarug   born 451, Curtam [now Qurṭmān], Syria died November 521, Baṭnan, Osroëne [now in Turkey]       Syriac writer described for his learning and holiness as “the flute of the Holy Spirit and the harp of the …   Universalium

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