Definition of Dipodies. Meaning of Dipodies. Synonyms of Dipodies

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Definition of Dipodies

Dipodies
Dipody Dip"o*dy, n.; pl. Dipodies. [Gr. ?, fr. ? two-footed; di- = di`s- twice + ?, ?, foot.] (Pros.) Two metrical feet taken together, or included in one measure. --Hadley. Trochaic, iambic, and anapestic verses . . . are measured by dipodies. --W. W. Goodwin.

Meaning of Dipodies from wikipedia

- dainas traditionally are written down so that every line contains two dipodies. If a caesura is followed by three syllables, the last syllable – i.e....
- two feet are combined into a larger unit called a metron (pl. metra) or dipody. The foot is a purely metrical unit; there is no inherent relation to a...
- and Latin poetry, however, the term often refers to verse composed of dipodies. dystopia dynamic character A character who, during the course of a narrative...
- capacity; Mr. Elephant, so forgetful he doesn't recall himself; nosy court poet Dipody Distich and Wanda Witch, a bird who pushes a cart marked with "Spells and...
- Terence. They are based on the foot | uu – |; two feet make a metron or "dipody". The frequent substitution of dactyls (– uu) or spondees (– –) for anapaests...