Distich

• (n.) A couple of verses or poetic lines making complete sense; an epigram of two verses. • (n.) Alt. of Distichous
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Distich

Dis'tich noun [ Latin distichon , Greek ..., neut. of ... with two rows, of two verses; di- = di`s- twice + ... row, verse, from ... to ascend; akin to Anglo-Saxon stīgan to ascend: confer French distique . See Stirrup .] (Pros.) A coupl...
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Distich

A distich is a couplet of verses, especially one consisting of a Latin or Greek hexameter and pentameter, making complete sense.
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Distich

A two line Greek stanza. The distich is particularly associated with Greek elegiac verse and consists of one line of dactylic hexameter and one line  of dactylic pentameter.
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distich

distich 1. Two lines of poetry, sometimes rhyming, that form a complete unit in themselves. 2. A unit of verse consisting of two lines; especially, as used in Greek and Latin elegiac poetry. 3. A rhyming couplet.
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distich

two lines related to one another. A major Greek and Latin metre is the elegiac distich, a pair of dactylic hexameter and dactylic pentameter lines.
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Distich

Two lines related to one another. A major greek and latin metre is the elegiac distich, a pair of da
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