Rhyme
A rhyme is a repetition of similar sounds (or the same sound) in two or more words, most often in the final syllables of lines in poems and songs. The word "rhyme" may also be used as a pars pro toto ...
Perfect rhyme
Perfect rhyme — also called full rhyme, exact rhyme, or true rhyme — is a form of rhyme between two words or phrases, satisfying the following conditions:Word pairs that satisfy the first ...
Eye rhyme
An eye rhyme, also called a visual rhyme or a sight rhyme, is a rhyme in which two words are spelled similarly but pronounced differently and have come into general use through "poetic license" al...
Mind rhyme
Mind rhyme is the suggestion of a rhyme which is left unsaid and must be inferred by the listener. Mind rhyme may be achieved either by stopping short, or by replacing the expected word with another (...
Sonnet
A sonnet is a poetic form which originated in Italy; Giacomo Da Lentini is credited with its invention.The term sonnet is derived from the Italian word sonetto (from Old Provençal sonet a little poem,...
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Radif
Radif (Arabic: رديف) is a rule in Persian, Turkic, and Urdu poetry which states that, in the form of poetry known as a Ghazal, the second line of all the couplets (bayts or Shers) must end with the sa...
Leonine verse
Leonine verse is a type of versification based on internal rhyme, and commonly used in Latin verse of the European Middle Ages. The invention of such conscious rhymes, foreign to Classical Latin poet...
Multisyllabic rhymes
In rapping and poetry, multisyllabic rhymes (also known as compound rhymes, polysyllable rhymes, and sometimes colloquially in hip-hop as multies) are rhymes that contain two or more syllables An ex...
Rhyme Genie
Rhyme Genie is a rhyming dictionary software developed by Idolumic for the Mac OS X, iOS and Microsoft Windows platforms. Initially released in 2009 it was introduced as the world's first dynamic rhym...
Holorime
Holorime (or holorhyme) is a form of identical rhyme in which the rhyme encompasses an entire line or phrase. A holorime may be a couplet or short poem made up entirely of homophonous verses.
It is a beauteous evening, calm and free
It is a beauteous evening, calm and free is a sonnet by William Wordsworth written at Calais in August 1802. It was first published in the collection Poems in Two Volumes in 1807, appearing as the nin...
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Off-centered rhyme
An off-centered rhyme is a rhyme scheme characterized by placing rhyming words or syllables in unexpected places in a given line. This is sometimes called a misplaced-rhyme scheme, or a Spoken Word rh...
Simple 4-line
Simple 4-line rhymes are usually characterized by having a simple system of abcb repeated throughout the entire poem. Though usually simplistic looking, the songs can be very complex and are widely us...
Chinese historical phonology
Historical Chinese phonology deals with reconstructing the sounds of Chinese from the past. As Chinese is written with logographic characters, not alphabetic or syllabary, the methods employed in Hist...
Walker's Rhyming Dictionary
Walker's Rhyming Dictionary was made by John Walker and released in 1775. It is an English dictionary, and it has some Scots words, sorted by the end of the words.Some of the Scots words include calla...
Villanelle
A villanelle (also known as villanesque) is a nineteen-line poetic form consisting of five tercets followed by a quatrain. There are two refrains and two repeating rhymes, with the first and third lin...
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Internal rhyme
In poetry, internal rhyme, or middle rhyme, is rhyme that occurs within a single line of verse, or between internal phrases across multiple lines. By contrast, rhyme between line endings is known as ...
Qaafiyaa
Qaafiyaa is a device employed in a form of Urdu poetry known as Ghazal (a poetic form consisting of couplets which share a rhyme and a refrain). The Qaafiyaa is the rhyming pattern of words that must ...
Rhymed prose
Rhymed prose is a literary form and literary genre, written in unmetrical rhymes. This form has been known in many different cultures. In some cases the rhymed prose is a distinctive, well-defined sty...
Crambo
Crambo is a rhyming game which, according to Joseph Strutt, was played as early as the fourteenth century under the name of the ABC of Aristotle. It is also known as Capping the rhyme. The name ma...
List of English words without rhymes
The following is a list of English words without rhymes, called refractory rhymes—that is, a list of words in the English language which rhyme with no other English word. The word "rhyme" here is used...
Rhyming slang
Rhyming slang is a form of phrase construction in the English language that is especially prevalent in dialectal English from the East End of London; hence the alternative name, Cockney rhyming slang....
Rondelet
The Rondelet [1] is a brief French form of poetry. It contains a refrain, a strict rhyme scheme and a distinct meter pattern.The Roundelay [2] is a 24 line poem written in trochaic tetrameter. What t...
Pruning poem
A pruning poem is a poem that uses rhymes that are prunings of each other.Each rhyme word is one letter shorter than the rhyme word before. Otherwise, they are the same word. While it is possible to...
Rhyming dictionary
A rhyming dictionary is a specialist dictionary designed for use in writing poetry and lyrics. In a rhyming dictionary, words are categorized into equivalence classes that consist of words which rhyme...
Half rhyme
Half rhyme or slant rhyme, sometimes called near-rhyme or lazy rhyme, is a type of rhyme formed by words with similar but not identical sounds. In most instances, either the vowel segments are differ...
Pararhyme
Pararhyme is a half-rhyme in which there is vowel variation within the same consonant pattern."Strange Meeting" (1918) is a poem by Wilfred Owen, a war poet who used pararhyme in his writing. Here is ...
Broken rhyme
Broken rhyme, also called Split rhyme, is a form of rhyme. It is produced by dividing a word at the line break of a poem to make a rhyme with the end word of another line. Gerard Manley Hopkins' poem ...
Methought I Saw my Late Espoused Saint
Methought I Saw my Late Espoused Saint is the first line of a sonnet by the English poet John Milton, typically designated as Sonnet XXIII and thus referred to by scholars. The poem recounts a dream ...
Rime table
A rime table or rhyme table (simplified Chinese: 韵图; traditional Chinese: 韻圖; pinyin: yùntú; Wade–Giles: yün-t'u) is a Chinese phonological model, tabulating the syllables of the serie...
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Rhyme scheme
A rhyme scheme is the pattern of rhymes at the end of each line of a poem or song. It is usually referred to by using letters to indicate which lines rhyme; lines designated with the same letter all r...