|figure of like letter
|Repetition of the same letter or sound within nearby words. Most often, repeated initial consonants.
|Note: The term "alliteratio" was coined by Giovanni Pontano in 1519 as a further specification of the term annominatio. Current usage of this term is in its most restricted sense (repeated initial consonants), aligning it with the vice known as homoeoprophoron or paroemion.
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