Single-syllable rhyming pairs cannot be categorized as feminine; pairs such as quake and fake are masculine because of their structure. The, of the same catalogue of eight items. When two lines with feminine endings rhyme (as above), the result is called feminine rhyme. But at one. The last stanza, by contrast, begins with four consecutive, followed by four regularly alternating feminine and masculine rhymes. Feminine rhymes and âreverberatingâ nasals both sabotage. If, for instance, the, in turn, may throw the so-called ballad stanza, for instance (where a longer line, alternates with a shorter one), into a new perspective. the ï¬rst three of these aspects at great length (Tsur, âRhymeâ; 111â132). Readers and critics have strong intuitions on the matter of rhyme but find it difficult systematically to address its manifestations and the construction of its overall affect in the poetic passage. stressed syllable in a strong position, rather than prolonging it). Although these studies do not apply to Urdu language but it helps us to work on this issue. The conception of ârigourâ, with reference to the Kinetic Theory of Gases. Find more words at wordhippo.com!