Troilus verse

noun
variants: or

Troilus stanza

Definition of Troilus verse

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Origin and Etymology of troilus verse

from Troilus and Criseyde, narrative poem in rhyme royal (about 1385) by Geoffrey Chaucer †1400 English poet


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