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arsis (plural arses)
- The stronger part of a musical measure or a metrical foot.
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- (music) The elevation of the hand, or that part of the bar at which it is raised, in beating time; the weak or unaccented part of the bar, opposed to the thesis.
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arsis m (plural arsis)
- “arsis” in le Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
- dative masculine plural of
- dative feminine plural of
- dative neuter plural of
- ablative masculine plural of
- ablative neuter plural of
- ablative feminine plural of