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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for acrostics

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Biblical poetry Alphabetical and other acrostics occur frequently in Neo-Hebraic poetry. The existence of acrostics in Babylonian literature has been definitely proved; and alphabetical poems are found also among the Samaritans, Syrians, and Arabs. Cicero says ("De Divinatione," II.54) that the verse of the sibyl was in acrostics; and the so-called "Oracula Sibyllina" contain an acrostic.
Major-General's Song I answer hard acrostics, I've a pretty taste for paradox,
Syagrius of Autun Venantius Fortunatus who was a brilliant composer of complicated poetry sent many acrostics to Syagre.
Hebrew abbreviations One purpose of acrostics was as a mnemonic or a way for an author to weave his name as a signature, or some other spiritual thought, into his work, at a time when much was memorized. Examples of prayers which contain acrostics include:
Marlovian theory of Shakespeare authorship Many anti-Stratfordians search for hidden messages in the form of acrostics and transposition ciphers, although this approach is not so popular with Marlovians.
John Harbottle He took up poetry at a very young age and had written many poems and acrostics before he reached his twenties.
Alphabet of Rabbi Akiva Version B is a compilation of allegoric and mystic Aggadahs suggested by the names of the various letters, the component consonants being used as acrostics (notarikon).
Logology Some of the topics studied in logology are lipograms, acrostics, palindromes, tautonyms, isograms, pangrams, bigrams, trigrams, tetragrams, transdeletion pyramids, and pangrammatic windows.
Ivan Trnski Trnski was an important designer of puzzles, such as anagrams and acrostics, for 50 years. Many of his puzzles were written in verse.
Acrostic Relatively simple acrostics may merely spell out the letters of the alphabet in order; such an acrostic may be called an 'alphabetical acrostic' or Abecedarius. These acrostics occur in the first four of the five songs that make up the Book of Lamentations, in the praise of the good wife in Proverbs 31, 10-31, and in Psalms 9, 10, 25, 34, 37, 111, 112, 119 and 145 of the Hebrew Bible.