Standard Habbie

Standard Habbie
A Scottish verse form with six-line stanzas rhyming AAABAB, with tetrameter A lines and dimeter B lines.

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  • Written Scots language — examples from various sources.Text from Legend of the Saints 14th CenturyXXXIII. GEORGE. Ȝete of sancte george is my wil, gyf I connandes had þere til to translat þe haly story, as wrytine in þe buk fand I. for he wes richt haly mañ fele tynt… …   Wikipedia

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