3 Enigma Rhymed Comparison 

Here are the 3 Enigma Rhymed Comparison with answers, which is very hard to solve. These puzzles are for all the brainy people to check them smartness.

3 Enigma Rhymed Comparison 
3 Enigma Rhymed Comparison

 

Enigma In Rhyme 01

 

I am heard In halls of festivity.

I’m heard In the house of prayer;

and so on the fluid of battle.

You will also find me there;

I’ve charms to soothe;

I’m called divine;

I’m the deepest utterance of feeling sublime;

The sweetest sound to mortal ears,

The the silver key to the fountain of tears.

 

Answer: Music


Rhymed Comparison 02

 

The ship rode in an ******* bay;

Asleep **** the master lay ;

A ***** and rugged man was he,

And like * * * * at home at sea;

He like the * * * swooped on his prey,

Whenever the- * * came- his way.

But now while * the needle kept,

Forgetting all he lay and slept.

Behead the first word indicated by stars to make the second,

the second to make the third, and so on.

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Answer

The ship rode in an eastern bay;

Asleep astern tho master lay;

A stern and rugged man was he,

And, like the tern, at homo at sea;

He, like the ern, swooped on his prey,

Whenever the R. N. came his way.

But now, while N. the needle kept,

Forgetting all, he lay and slept.


Rhymed Comparison 03

 

As slow as the tortoise as swift as the wind;

As true as the Gospel as false as mankind;

As thin as a herring as fat as a pig;

As proud as a peacock as blithe as a grig;

As savage as tigers as mild as a dove;

As stiff as a poker as limp as a glove;

As blind as a bat as deaf as a post;

As’cool as a cucumber as warm as toast;

As flat as a flounder as round as a ball ;

As blunt as a hammer as sharp as an awl;

As red as a ferret as safe as the stocks;

As bold as a thief as sly as a fox;

As straight as an arrow as crook’d as a bow;

As yellow as saffron as black as a sloe;

As brittle as glass as tough as is gristle;

As neat as my nail as clean as a whistle;

As good as a feast as bad as a witch;

As light as is day as dark as U pitch;

As brisk as a bee as dull as an ass;

As full as a tick as solid as brass

 

How to solve Enigma Rhymed?

Both folk and literary enigmas, being diverse in subject matter and content, are united in their essence, in the manifestation of their main features. The main feature of the puzzle is that this miniature is a logical task. Each riddle contains a question, either explicit or implicit.

Solve the enigma rhymed – means to find a solution to a problem, to answer a question, that is, to perform a rather complex mental operation. The subject in question in the riddle is hidden, encrypted in different ways. The type of logical task, its complexity, and, consequently, the nature of the mental operation to be performed by the guessing one depends on the method of the cipher.

There are different ways of constructing logical problems. Most often, a riddle is built on the enumeration of the signs of an object or phenomenon. Among them may be size, shape, color, taste, sound, movement, material, purpose, etc. According to the indicated signs, it is necessary to find a solution. Riddle Long ear, a lump of fluff, jumps dexterously, loves a carrot is based on four characteristics of a rabbit. It shows signs of appearance (“long ear, lump of fluff“) and the actions of the animal (“jumps dexterously, loves carrots“).

In the enigma or riddle, the Sun bakes, the linden blossoms, the rye ripens. When does this happen? three characteristic features of summer are named: hot weather, flowering of plants, ripening of bread. In the riddle Who beats and knocks on the roof all night and mutters and sings and lulls you? only one sound sign of the phenomenon is indicated, but it varies in five verbs, conveying the monotonous noise of rain. In the riddle First, shine, after shine – crackle, after crackle – splash, several successive actions are indicated – signs characteristic of a certain natural phenomenon (shine, crackle, splash), and at the same time the sound of the words denoting these signs is taken into account.

The logical sequence of Enigma Rhymed 

The logical sequence of the enumeration, the meaning of words and their sound – all this creates a visible and audible picture of a thunderstorm. The solution to logical problems of this type is based on analysis (highlighting all features) and synthesis (combining them into one whole). A sufficient number of signs and their concreteness make it possible to perform mental operations more fully and solve a logical problem more successfully.

 

Characterize of Enigma

There are riddles in which the characterization is given briefly, from one or two sides. The guesser must restore the integral image of the object on two, or even one basis: Always in the mouth, and not swallow (tongue); There are no hands, but knows how to build (bird); I swam in the water, but remained dry (the goose).
To solve such a problem, the guesser must be well acquainted with this single feature, be able to highlight it, associate it by association with others not named in the riddle. This is possible if you have sufficiently complete ideas about the subject, phenomenon. To solve the riddle I swam in the water, but remained dry, one must observe this feature in a goose, understand why the feathers of a bird remain dry after bathing.

Such riddles are difficult also because they reveal signs that are perceived not only during a one-time observation. For a year it is necessary to observe a pine or spruce in order to draw a conclusion about their color constancy. And then it is not difficult to guess the riddle in winter and summer with one color.

In such riddles, it is possible to find a whole by one or two signs only when these signs are distinguished by the guessing person in the general system of examining an object (or acquaintance with a phenomenon) and are recognized by him along with other signs.

Negative comparison of Riddles or Enigmas

There are riddles built on the basis of a negative comparison: fox, but not a wolf, long-eared, but not a hare, with hooves, but not a horse (donkey); It is not a bird that flies, it howls, and not an animal (wind); Liquid, not water, white, not snow (milk).
Guessing such riddles is proof from the contrary: the guesser must alternately compare different and at the same time somewhat similar objects, highlight similar signs in them, group them in a new way, in a new combination and by eliminating possible, but erroneous answers, when new signs accumulate, find a solution.
Such analysis develops the logical ability to think and reason in the required sequence.

The most extensive type of riddles is metaphorically e: Little Red’s boots are in the land (beets). Solving such riddles is the decoding of metaphors.

Penetrating into the hidden meaning of the metaphor, the guesser must compare, compare objects or phenomena from different, often very distant areas, see features of similarity in them, highlight them, assign them to one semantic category and, on the basis of this, determine what was conceived, solve a logical problem.
Solving metaphorical riddles develops both figurative and abstract thinking.

Thus, different logical mechanisms underlie different riddles. They determine the types of logical tasks and the nature of mental operations when guessing.

The success of solving a mental task enclosed in a riddle depends on which aspects of objects and phenomena and with what completeness are reflected in it. Observation and study of life phenomena in complex and diverse relationships are the basis for logically correct reasoning and competent inference.

The logical task in the riddle is clothed in a peculiar artistic form. This makes her especially attractive. Both the construction of the riddle and its vocabulary gather the attention of the listener, arouse interest in the problem.

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