Hokku



[haw-koo, hok-oo] /ˈhɔ ku, ˈhɒk u/

noun, plural hokku. Prosody.
1.
the opening verse of a linked verse series.
2.
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/ˈhɒkuː/
noun (pl) -ku
1.
(prosody) another word for haiku

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