Definición de haiku en inglés:


Saltos de línea: haiku
Pronunciación: /ˈhʌɪkuː

sustantivo (plural igual or haikus)

  • 1A Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five, traditionally evoking images of the natural world.
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    • It tastes of deepening autumn and makes me long for one or two haiku [seventeen-syllable Japanese poems to capture the feeling.
    • He likened text message poetry to haikus, the ancient Japanese art of writing three-line poems.
    • This haiku (a 17 syllable epigrammatic verse) by one of Japan's greatest poets seems at first glance to have little to it.
  • 1.1A poem in English written in the form of a haiku.
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    • One early exercise that I'm still inordinately proud of was the instruction to ‘write a haiku using only the words you can find on the racing page of the morning paper.’
    • They could add descriptive words, phrases or sentences, or they could write a poem, haiku, alliteration, metaphor, or perhaps words from a song.
    • I love reading books, taking long walks in the park, and writing haikus. (this actually is a haiku)


Japanese, contracted form of haikai no ku 'light verse'.

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