The repetition of the same consonant sound especially at the beginning of words or syllables.
Something made or shaped by humans for their use, such as a stone tool, metal sword or letter, usually of historical interest.
Repetition, usually of the same vowel sound or diphthong in non-rhyming words that are found close together, for example, longo sermone (i.e. a correspondence of vowel sounds, but not of consonants).
Text in Classical Greek or Latin written in ancient times.