In Latin and Greek poetry, correption (/k?r?r?p??n/; Latin correpti? [kor?rept?o?] "a shortening") is the shortening of a long vowel at the end of one word before a short vowel at the beginning of the next. Vowels next to each other in neighboring words are in hiatus
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Never on me let such wrath lay hold, as the wrath you cherish, you whose valor causes harm!