2008年3月19日 星期三

prosody

prosody

(prŏs'ə-dē) pronunciation

n., pl. -dies.
  1. The study of the metrical structure of verse.
  2. A particular system of versification.

[Middle English prosodie, from Latin prosōdia, accent, from Greek prosōidiā, song sung to music, accent : pros-, pros- + ōidē, song; see ode.]


prosody [pros‐ŏdi], the systematic study of versification, covering the principles of metre, rhythm, rhyme, and stanza forms; or a particular system of versification. In linguistics, the term is applied to patterns of stress and intonation in ordinary speech. Prosody in the literary sense is also known as metrics.

━━ n. 韻律学, 作詩法.
pro・sod・ic
 ━━ a. 作詩法の, 韻律(学)の.

谈译诗中的音韵问题
On the Prosody in Poetry Translation: an Exemplification

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