noun বিশেষ্য পদ

Acrostic meaning in assamese

acrostic

  • Pronunciation

    /əˈkɹɒstɪk/

  • Definition

    verse in which certain letters such as the first in each line form a word or message

    পদ্য য'ত প্ৰতিটো শাৰীৰ প্ৰথমটোৰ দৰে কিছুমান নিৰ্দিষ্ট আখৰে শব্দ বা বাৰ্তা গঠন কৰে

noun বিশেষ্য পদ

Acrostic meaning in assamese

acrostic

  • Definition

    a puzzle where you fill a square grid with words reading the same down as across

    এটা প্ৰহেলিকা য'ত আপুনি এটা বৰ্গক্ষেত্ৰৰ গ্ৰীডক ওপৰেৰে একেটা তললৈ পঢ়া শব্দৰে ভৰাই দিয়ে

  • Synonyms

    word square (শব্দ বৰ্গক্ষেত্ৰ)

adjective বিশেষণ পদ

Acrostic meaning in assamese

acrostic

  • Definitions

    1. Of or pertaining to acrostics.

    এক্ৰষ্টিকছৰ বা সম্পৰ্কীয়।

  • Examples:
    1. Other ancients have suggested that the original verses were written in hieroglyphs and also mentioned the acrostic code.

noun বিশেষ্য পদ

Acrostic meaning in assamese

acrostic

  • Definitions

    1. A poem or other text in which certain letters, often the first in each line, spell out a name or message.

    এনে এটা কবিতা বা আন গ্ৰন্থ য’ত কিছুমান বিশেষ আখৰ, প্ৰায়ে প্ৰতিটো শাৰীতে প্ৰথম, এটা নাম বা বাৰ্তা বানান কৰা হয়।

  • Examples:
    1. A more general form of manipulation of linguistic signs is the acrostic, a set of verses (or words) whose initial letters form a word, phrase or even a sentence. The acrostic constituted a common feature of Egyptian texts as well as forming an important element in the Old Testament.

    2. Acrostics and acronyms are examples of mnemonic devices. Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally (PEMDAS), has become the most well-known acrostic for helping students remember the order of operations when solving an algebraic equation. The acrostic reminds students to start by solving inside the parentheses, then simplifying the exponents, next multiplying or dividing (whichever comes first when looking from left to right), then finally adding or subtracting (whichever comes first from left to right).

    3. And afterwards gives as many reaſons for it, as there are letters in Hibernaculum Ciconiarum, and that too in the Acrostick way, each ſentence beginning with a letter of thoſe words, according to their order.

    4. Both poems, which were signed with pseudonyms, were acrostics, the initial letters spelling out a 'case.' 'Case' meant 'romance,' a formal coupling of two boys' names, with the name of the elder boy first. But nothing much would have come of it had not another of the sixth-form members of the Poetry Society been in love with one of the smaller boys whose names appeared in the acrostics. In rage and jealousy he went to the headmaster and called his attention to the acrostic – which otherwise neither he nor any other of the masters would have noticed.

    5. But ſhould this Method fail, recourſe might be had to others more effectual, by Learned Men called Acroſticks and Anagrams. Firſt, might be found Men of Skill and Penetration who can diſcern that all initial Letters have political Meanings.

    6. He [Judas Maccabeus] was termed Mackabæus, becauſe he carried in his ſtandard, or vexillum militare, theſe four Hebrew letters, Mem, Chaph, Beth, and Jod, or M. C. B. and J. whereunto their points being added, which are their vowells, (for others they have none) his mott was Mackabai, whereof he took his name. Theſe four letters are the acroſtickes or initiall letters of theſe four wordes in the fifteenth chapter of the book of Exodus, Mi Chamocha Baalim Jehovah, which is in Latin Quis ſicut tu Deorum Jehova? ["Who among the gods is like you, O Adonai?", Exodus 15:11.]

    7. I became a contributor to things monthly. I produced charade upon charade, rebus upon rebus, and acrostick upon acrostick, to the admiration of every body except my parents. Poor people! they were devoid of taste, and knew not the value of such a son.

    8. I have written an acroſticke ſonet to his Maieſtie, a canzonet to the Queene, and another acroſticke unto the Prince; whoſe ſervant I am by vow, and ſubordinate ſubject by birth.

    9. No Crambo, no Acrostic fine, / Great letters lacing down each line; / No ſtrange Conundrum, no invention / Beyond the reach of comprehenſion, / / Shall ſtrive to pleaſe you, at th' expence / Of ſimple taſte, and common ſenſe.

    10. On this monument is a long epitaph in verse, which is printed in Prince's Worthies. It is an acrostic, the first letters of each line forming the words "Oliver Hill of Shilston."

    11. There is a most crying dullness on both sides. I have seen tory acrostics and whig anagrams, and do not quarrel with either of them, because they are whigs or tories, but because they are anagrams and acrostics.

    12. [L]et him that is melancholy apply his minde I ſay to Heraldry, Antiquity, invent Impreſſes, Emblemes; make Epithalamiums, Epitaphs, Elegies, Epigrams, Palindrona Epigrammata, Anagrams, Chronograms, Acroſticks, upon his friends names;

  • 2. A poem in Hebrew in which successive lines or verses start with consecutive letters of the alphabet.

    হিব্ৰু ভাষাৰ এটা কবিতা য'ত ক্ৰমাগত শাৰী বা পদবোৰ বৰ্ণমালাৰ একেৰাহে আখৰেৰে আৰম্ভ হয়।

  • Examples:
    1. Each of the five chapters of the Lamentations contains a distinct elegy, according to the number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet. And in the first four chapters the versification resembles acrostics. In the three first chapters each verse consists of three lines, and the initial letters of each verse are in the order of the Hebrew alphabet, with the exception that i. 7, and ii. 19, consist of five lines.

    2. The Whole [of the Book of Zephaniah] is wrote in a very lively, tender, and pathetic Stile; and all the Chapters, except the laſt, (which ſeems to have been of later Compoſition than the reſt) are in Acroſtick Verſe, i.e. every Line, or Couplet, begins, in an Alphabetical Order, with ſome Letter in the Hebrew Alphabet.

    3. The psalm is an individual thanksgiving that publicizes the psalmist as an encouragement for all who struggle to remain loyal to their God. It is in acrostic form in which every line begins with a successive letter of the twenty-two letter Hebrew alphabet. The acrostic form perhaps explains why the specificity one expects in a thanksgiving is diluted.

  • 3. A kind of word puzzle, the solution of which forms an anagram of a quotation, and their initials often form the name of its author.

    এক প্ৰকাৰৰ শব্দৰ প্ৰহেলিকা, যাৰ সমাধানে উদ্ধৃতিৰ এনাগ্ৰাম গঠন কৰে আৰু ইয়াৰ আৰম্ভণিৰ আখৰবোৰে প্ৰায়ে ইয়াৰ লেখকৰ নাম গঠন কৰে।

  • Examples:
    1. For those of you who are new to acrostics, here is what to do. Your goal is to figure out the quote in the grid. Reading down the first letter of each answer spells the name of the author and the title of the work from which the quote was taken.

  • Synonyms

    triple acrostic (ট্ৰিপল এক্ৰষ্টিক)

    double acrostic (ডাবল এক্ৰষ্টিক)