Translation of hexameter in Spanish:

hexameter

hexámetro, n.

Pronunciation: /hɛkˈsæmədər//hɛkˈsamɪtə/

noun

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    hexámetro masculine
    • Most celebrated were the Epodes, songs in simple strophes usually made up of a hexameter or iambic trimeter plus one or two shorter cola.
    • For Schlegel, the feet of the hexameter must be of equal length, containing either one long and two short syllables or two long ones.
    • Metrically, the ‘Hymn’ justifies Coleridge's claims for the English hexameter.
    • My poetic skills were not up to constructing dactyllic hexameters, and I had already settled on the haiku form.
    • Longfellow wrote in hexameters, in the tradition of the classical masters of he epic, Homer and Vergil.