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Leonine verse

a kind of verse, in which the end of the line rhymes with the middle; - so named from Leo, or Leoninus, a Benedictine and canon of Paris in the twelfth century, who wrote largely in this measure, though he was not the inventor. The following line is an example:

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Leonardo
Leonardo da Vinci
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Leonced
leoncita
leone
Leonese
Leonhard Euler
Leonid
Leonid Brezhnev
Leonid Fyodorovich Myasin
Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
Leonidas
Leonide Fedorovitch Massine
Leonine
-- Leonine verse --
Leonotis
Leonotis leonurus
Leonotis nepetaefolia
Leonotis nepetifolia
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Leontocebus
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Leontocebus rosalia
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Leontopodium
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Leontyne Price
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Leonurus cardiaca
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