Okay, Romeo… I found it…

cin·quain –noun 1. a group of five. 2. Prosody. a. a short poem consisting of five, usually unrhymed lines containing, respectively, two, four, six, eight, and two syllables. b. any stanza of five lines.

[Origin: 1705–15; < F < LL cinque (see cinque) + F -ain collective suffix. See quatrain]
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American Heritage Dictionary – Cite This Source cin·quain (sĭng'kān', sāng'-) Pronunciation Key
n. A five-line stanza.

Finally… NOW I can sleep!!!!!!!!!!!

2 thoughts on “Okay, Romeo… I found it…”

  1. Indeed. The thing is, that was all that was on the bulletin board. No one ever added anything to it. Just the word. Spooky…

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