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dipody

noun dip·o·dy \ˈdi-pə-dē\
plural -dies

Definition of DIPODY

:  a prosodic unit or measure of two feet
di·pod·ic \dī-ˈpä-dik\ adjective

Origin of DIPODY

Late Latin dipodia, from Greek, from dipod-, dipous having two feet, from di- + pod-, pous
First Known Use: circa 1844

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