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Meaning of "Catullan" in the English dictionary

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PRONUNCIATION OF CATULLAN

Catullan  [kəˈtʌlən] play
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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF CATULLAN

noun
adjective
verb
adverb
pronoun
preposition
conjunction
determiner
exclamation
Catullan is an adjective.
The adjective is the word that accompanies the noun to determine or qualify it.

WHAT DOES CATULLAN MEAN IN ENGLISH?

Definition of Catullan in the English dictionary

The definition of Catullan in the dictionary is of or relating to Catullus.


WORDS THAT RHYME WITH CATULLAN


Alan
ˈælən
Allen
ˈælən
Babylon
ˈbæbɪlən
chalan
ˈtʃʌlən
colon
ˈkəʊlən
Cullen
ˈkʌlən
Dylan
ˈdɪlən
fallen
ˈfɔːlən
gallon
ˈɡælən
Lucullan
luːˈkʌlən
melon
ˈmɛlən
Nolan
ˈnəʊlən
stolen
ˈstəʊlən
sullen
ˈsʌlən
swollen
ˈswəʊlən
talon
ˈtælən
Venezuelan
ˌvɛnɪˈzweɪlən
villain
ˈvɪlən
watermelon
ˈwɔːtəˌmɛlən
Westfalen
vɛstˈfaːlən

WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE CATULLAN

Catullus
CATV
catwalk
catworks
catworm
Cauca
Caucasia
Caucasian
Caucasic
Caucasoid
Caucasus
Caucasus Mountains
cauchemar
Cauchy

WORDS THAT END LIKE CATULLAN

avellan
ballan
callan
castellan
gollan
hallan
Lallan
Magellan
McMillan
pollan
rubellan
Strait of Magellan

Synonyms and antonyms of Catullan in the English dictionary of synonyms

SYNONYMS

Translation of «Catullan» into 25 languages

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Catullan
1,325 millions of speakers

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Catullan
570 millions of speakers

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Catullan
510 millions of speakers

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Catullan
380 millions of speakers
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Catullan
280 millions of speakers

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Catullan
278 millions of speakers

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Catullan
270 millions of speakers

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Catullan
260 millions of speakers

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Catullan
220 millions of speakers

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Catullan
190 millions of speakers

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Catullan
180 millions of speakers

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Catullan
130 millions of speakers

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Catullan
85 millions of speakers

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Catullan
85 millions of speakers
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Catullan
80 millions of speakers

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Catullan
75 millions of speakers

Translator English - Marathi

कॅटलन
75 millions of speakers

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Catullan
70 millions of speakers

Translator English - Italian

catulliano
65 millions of speakers

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Catullan
50 millions of speakers

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Catullan
40 millions of speakers

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Catullan
30 millions of speakers
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Catullan
15 millions of speakers
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Catullan
14 millions of speakers
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Catullan
10 millions of speakers
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Catullan
5 millions of speakers

Trends of use of Catullan

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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «CATULLAN»

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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about Catullan

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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CATULLAN»

Discover the use of Catullan in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Catullan and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
1
Catullan Provocations: Lyric Poetry and the Drama of Position
A fresh exploration into the provocative lyric poetry of Catullus that underscores the reader/poem/poet relationship.
William Fitzgerald, 1995
2
Catullan Consciousness And The Early Modern Lyric In ...
By comparing Catullus to English lyricists of the 16th and early 17th centuries, Jacob Blevins here identifies a common function of the genre: lyric love poetry, he argues, provides the space in which speakers attempt to situate their self ...
Jacob Blevins, 2004
3
The Catullan Revolution
In its day this book led the way in showing the philological trained student how to be a critic; equally in this reprint it may now serve to show the critically trained student the importance of a sound philological base.
Kenneth Quinn, 1999
4
Defining Genre and Gender in Latin Literature: Essays ...
siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiii Amor and Pietas: The Catullan Revolution and the Horatian Counter-Revolution Richard Freis I In 1959 Kenneth Quinn published a book whose title has become a permanent part of Catullan studies. His book was ...
William Scovil Anderson, Garth Tissol, William Wendell Batstone, 2005
5
Catullus and the Poetics of Roman Manhood
Frank Bidart, “Borges and I” THE TEXTUALITY OF CATULLAN MANHOOD If Poems 5 through 7 respond to a reading that takes them as a triplet, with the Catullan speaking subject moving from the stance of a fearfully defiant lover (in Poem 5) ...
David Wray, 2001
6
Roman Poetry: From the Republic to the Silver Age
how this works — how the Catullan text addresses the reader, and how it represents the subjects who speak, act, and love within it — from a point of view informed by modern and ancient theoretical discourses on desire. I draw principally ...
Dorothea Wender, 1991
7
The Catullan Rag
The second collection of the author's poetry, which includes 'Vantage', winner of the St Kilda Centenary Poetry Prize in 1990, and 'The Catullan Rag' and 'Dog Days', which won the Queensland Premier's Poetry Prize in 1991 and 1992 ...
Peter Rose, 1993
8
A Companion to Catullus
10 Christopher Nappa makes a similar argument, in which he distinguishes between a Catullan critique of masculinity and virility (2001: 42 and passim). 11 Skinner's argument has been critiqued by Paul Allen Miller, who also examines ...
Marilyn B. Skinner, 2010
9
Sextus Propertius: The Augustan Elegist
All this, together with the multiplicity of the Catullan examples, might seem to tag Catullus clearly as the vector for this line-ending. However, Propertius' 'footnote' to his single pentameter ending in adulterio (2.29.38) points in a different ...
Francis Cairns, 2006
10
STUDENTS CATULLUS: Third Edition
First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Daniel H. Garrison, 2013

10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CATULLAN»

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1
Franz Wright: Solving the Problems of Poetry
Franz Wright—who died in May—was known to take a Catullan stance where critics were concerned. He once threatened to thrash William ... «Patheos, Jun 15»
2
Is that Harold Bloom? Susan Sontag? 'Muse' brims with literary barbs.
... is recognizably tall and handsome James Laughlin of New Directions, right down to the passion for skiing and dashing off Catullan love lyrics ... «Washington Post, Jun 15»
3
Silver, in the wind
No one (even in Latin) can approximate Catullan diction, which at its most sorrowful has an air of deep festivity, like one of those trees that turns ... «Calcutta Telegraph, Aug 14»
4
Book Review: 'Dying Every Day' by James Romm
For the challenges faced by the interpreter are many—the threat of the Catullan confusion of the author's person and the persona of his works ... «Wall Street Journal, Apr 14»
5
Sex and haikus
Peter Rose's Catullan persona says of love-making, 'It's more intimate / and exacting than one of his feeling lyrics.' And indeed, love poetry ... «Eureka Street, Nov 13»
6
Mass Effect Trilogy's Mordin Solus and other esteemed …
Tongo Rad (1969): From Star Trek "The Way to Eden," Rad and his Catullan comrades are the quintessential space hippies. • Marvin the ... «Boing Boing, Nov 12»
7
Observations of the erudite
The book soon makes its way upstairs, and ends riffing playfully on culture, love and classicism in the latest instalment of the Catullan Rag, ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Apr 12»
8
Poetry book review: Michael Dirda reviews 'Nox,' by Anne Carson
Given the original Catullan text and Carson's appropriation of it, these lexical entries soon gain a somber power all their own. Here's part of the ... «Washington Post, Apr 10»
9
NPR on Naughty Catullus Poem: Alea Redacta Est
Lowe describes Catullan poetry as "not vile; it's burlesque." To hear the longest bleep in NPR history, listen to last night's item. Quite possibily ... «Washington City Paper, Dec 09»
10
City boss 'shocked woman with vile email' quoting Latin poet
Mr Lowe replied: “Catullan poetry is not vile. It is burlesque. It was always light-hearted in the first century and it still is. It is a retort of Catullus. «Telegraph.co.uk, Nov 09»

REFERENCE
« EDUCALINGO. Catullan [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/catullan>. Aug 2019 ».
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