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1. Definition of Ossianic : of, relating to, or resembling the legendary Irish bard Ossian, the poems ascribed to him, or the rhythmic prose style used by James Macpherson in the poems he claimed to have translated from Ossian First Known Use of Ossianic 1788, in the meaning defined above

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2. (comparative more Ossianic, superlative most Ossianic) Of or pertaining to, or characteristic of, Ossian, a legendary Erse or Celtic bard.

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3. Ossianic ballads, Irish lyric and narrative poems dealing with the legends of Finn MacCumhaill and his war band

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4. Most modern critics agree that Macpherson's Ossianic poetry did draw material from ballads that had been preserved for centuries in the oral literature of the Scottish highlands, but that

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5. What is the definition of Ossianic? What is the meaning of Ossianic? How do you use Ossianic in a sentence? What are synonyms for Ossianic?

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6. Synonyms for Ossianic include Ossianesque, ornate, florid, flowery, grandiloquent, high-flown, high-sounding, elaborate, flamboyant and over-elaborate

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7. ‘The legendary son of Fionn Mac Cumhaill was the supposed author of the popular Ossianic cycle of poems, though these were in fact largely fabricated in the 1760s.’

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8. How to say Ossianic in English? Pronunciation of Ossianic with 1 audio pronunciation and more for Ossianic.

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9. Ossian and the Ossianic literature by Nutt, Alfred Trübner, 1856-1910

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10. Mollusque commented on the word Ossianic

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11. You are even less likely to be devoured by Watt's engine, a bugbear only for Ossianic and Neo-Gothic gentlemen

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12. The air resembles a German lied, with a rippling harp accompaniment that may be a reference to other Ossianic settings.

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13. Macpherson’s Ossianic Legacy is more than just the heritage festival/conference

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14. Several of the Ossianic poems in the Dean of Lismore’s MS

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15. Ossianic: Meaning and Definition of

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16. This article discusses Alfred Tennyson's deployment of the vocabulary of Ossianic poetry in his depictions of the death of King Arthur (1842 and 1869)

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17. The article establishes two areas in which the Ossianic mode operates in Tennyson's poems

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18. Ossianic Unconformities is an original and imaginative contribution to our interdisciplinary understanding of the importance of James Macpherson in world literature.

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19. Definition of Ossianic: of, relating to, or resembling the legendary Irish bard Ossian, the poems ascribed to him, or the rhythmic prose style used by James Macpherson in the poems he claimed to have translated from Ossian First Known Use of Ossianic 1788, in the meaning defined above: 2

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20. Synonyms for Ossianic include Ossianesque, ornate, florid, flowery

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21. Ossianic has spent several years in Saint Tropez and has welcomed many stars on board

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22. In the pure tradition of Motorsailors with timeless silhouette, Ossianic is ready to sail, with full service recently completed, and varnish perfectly maintained

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23. Antonyms for Ossianic include austere, plain, simple, inelaborate, unornate, restrained, natural, undecorated, white and spartan

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24. In 1853, scholars in Dublin founded the Ossianic Society

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25. These scholars were dedicated to revitalization of Gaelic and the study of ancient Irish literature, chiefly the Ossianic Cycle of Celtic mythology

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26. The Ossianic Society succeeded in convincing the educated classes in Ireland that the Irish language was something that should be spoken and kept alive.

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27. Fenian Poems, Volume 2 [O'Daly, John, Society, Ossianic] on Amazon.com

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28. Macpherson's Ossianic cycle of poetry attempted to go above and beyond the existing oral tradition because its place in English literary history demanded it, not because of an author's desire to fool his audience

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29. Ossianic (adj.) "pertaining to or resembling the works of the legendary 3c

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30. Ossianic is a historic boat that is derivated from the heavy duty boats built on the Clyde river, where some of the most beautiful boats in the world were built at that time, of which some still sail

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31. Ossianic Unconformities is an original and imaginative contribution to our interdisciplinary understanding of the importance of James Macpherson in world literature

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32. Ossian and Ossianic Parallelism in James Barry's Works* SEBASTIAN MITCHELL The London-based Irish painter, printmaker, and author James Barry (1741 1806) painted Ossian only once

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OSSIANIC [ˌäsēˈanik]

DEFINITION

Synonyms: ossian .

DEFINITION

  • a legendary Irish warrior and bard, whose name became well known in 1760–63 when the Scottish poet James Macpherson (1736–96) published his own verse as an alleged translation of 3rd-century Gaelic tales.Irish name Oisin.
Synonyms: oisin .