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الإنجليزية - التركية
pastoral şiir
rüya gibi durum
saf aşk
idyll
{i} pastoral şiir
idyll
{i} rüya gibi durum
idyll
{i} temiz aşk
idyll
idil
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
alternative spelling of idyll
{i} poem or prose composition describing a charmingly rustic scene; pastoral scene, charmingly rustic episode
A short poem; properly, a short pastoral poem; as, the idyls of Theocritus; also, any poem, especially a narrative or descriptive poem, written in an eleveted and highly finished style; also, by extension, any artless and easily flowing description, either in poetry or prose, of simple, rustic life, of pastoral scenes, and the like
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A composition, usually instrumental, of a pastoral or sentimental character, e.g. Siegfried Idyll by Richard Wagner
idyll
An episode or series of events or circumstances of pastoral or rural simplicity, fit for an idyll; a carefree or lighthearted experience
idyll
Any poem or short written piece composed in the style of Theocritus's short pastoral poems, the Idylls
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{n} a short pastoral poem, an eclogue
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pastoral poem or story, as in: The peaceful countryside looked like it would be a perfect setting for an idyll
idyll
Any poem or short written piece composed in the style of Theocrituss short pastoral poems, the Idylls
idyll
A short prose piece or poem that describes simple times in romantic ways
idyll
either a pastoral poem about shepherds or an epyllion, a brief epic that depicts a heroic episode An example of the second is Alfred lord Tennyson's "Idylls of the King "
idyll
An episode or series of events or circumstances of pastoral or rural simplicity, fit for an idyl; a carefree or lighthearted experience
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id·yll idylls in AM, also use idyl If you describe a situation as an idyll, you mean that it is idyllic. She finds that the sleepy town she moves to isn't the rural idyll she imagined. a place or experience in which everything is peaceful and everyone is perfectly happy (idyllium, from eidyllion, from eidos ). or idyl In literature, a simple descriptive work in poetry or prose that deals with rustic life or pastoral scenes or suggests a mood of peace and contentment. Idylls have taken varying forms, from the eclogue to the long narrative poem treating an epic, romantic, or tragic theme (such as Alfred Tennyson's "Idylls of the King")
idyll
an episode of such pastoral or romantic charm as to qualify as the subject of a poetic idyll
idyll
a musical composition that evokes rural life
idyll
a short descriptive poem of rural or pastoral life
idyll
{i} poem or prose composition describing a charmingly rustic scene; pastoral scene, charmingly rustic episode
idyll
A term, borrowed from literture, denoting a simple, peaceful, pastoral scene or work
idyll
A pastoral poem, usually brief, stressing the picturesque aspects of country life, or a longer narrative poem generally descriptive of pastoral scenes and written in a highly finished style, such as Milton's "L'Allegro " Sidelight: Idyll is the anglicized version of the Greek Eidillion Probably because the adjectival form of the word, idyllic is conventionally applied to a mood of tranquillity, innocence, and ideal virtues, the term is applied to poetry with wide latitude, as in Tennyson's Idylls of the King (See also Arcadia, Bucolic, Eclogue, Madrigal)
idyl

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    id·yl

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    (noun.) 1586. Latin idyllium, from Greek eidyllion, from diminutive of eidos form; akin to Greek idein to see; more at WIT.

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