a caesura occurring immediately after a stressed or a long syllable.
noun 1. a final inflection or suffix designating that a word belongs to the masculine gender. 2. a stressed syllable that ends a line of verse. noun 1. (prosody) a stressed syllable at the end of a line of verse Compare feminine ending
- Masculine pelvis
masculine pelvis n.
noun, Prosody. 1. a rhyme of but a single stressed syllable, as in disdain, complain. noun 1. (prosody) a rhyme between stressed monosyllables or between the final stressed syllables of polysyllabic words: book, cook, collect, direct Compare feminine rhyme
- Masculine uterus
masculine uterus n. See prostatic utricle.