a caesura occurring immediately after an unstressed or short syllable.
noun 1. Prosody. an unaccented syllable at the close of a line of poetry, often one that is added to the metrical pattern as an extra syllable. 2. Grammar. a termination or final syllable marking a feminine word: In Latin -ā is a feminine ending for the ablative case in the singular. noun 1. (prosody) […]
noun, Prosody. 1. a rhyme either of two syllables of which the second is unstressed (double rhyme) as in motion, notion, or of three syllables of which the second and third are unstressed (triple rhyme) as in fortunate, importunate. noun 1. (prosody) a rhyme between words in which one, two, or more unstressed syllables follow […]
[fem-uh-nin-i-tee] /ˌfɛm əˈnɪn ɪ ti/ noun 1. the quality of being ; womanliness. 2. women collectively. 3. . /ˌfɛmɪˈnɪnɪtɪ/ noun 1. the quality of being feminine 2. womanhood n. late 14c., femynynytee, from feminine + -ity.
- Femininity complex
femininity complex fem·i·nin·i·ty complex (fěm’ə-nĭn’ĭ-tē) n. In psychoanalytic theory, the unconscious fear, in boys and men, of castration at the hands of the mother with resultant identification with the imagined aggressor and envious desire for breasts and vagina.