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Topic: LITERATURE

Date: 1400-1500
Language: Latin
Origin: prosodia 'degree of force on part of a word', from Greek prosoidia, from oide 'song'

prosody

noun
     
pros‧o‧dy [uncountable] technical
AL the patterns of sound and rhythm in poetry and spoken language, or the rules for arranging these patterns
prosodic adjective
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