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Oxford dictionary definition of the word verse:
writing arranged with a metrical rhythm, typically having a rhyme:
a lament in verse
[count noun] a group of lines that form a unit in a poem or song; a stanza:
the second verse
[count noun] each of the short numbered divisions of a chapter in the Bible or other scripture:
we were each required to recite a Bible verse from memory
on the walls were framed verses from the Koran
[count noun] a versicle.
[count noun] archaic a line of poetry.
[count noun] a passage in an anthem for a soloist or a small group of voices.
[no object] archaic
speak in or compose verse; versify:
he began to verse extemporaneously in her ear
thou sat all day, playing on pipes and versing love
Old English fers, from Latin versus ‘a turn of the plough, a furrow, a line of writing’, from vertere ‘to turn’; reinforced in Middle English by Old French vers, from Latin versus