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distich

noun dis·tich \ˈdis-(ˌ)tik\

Definition of DISTICH

:  a strophic unit of two lines
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Origin of DISTICH

Latin distichon, from Greek, from neuter of distichos having two rows, from di- + stichos row, verse; akin to Greek steichein to go — more at stair
First Known Use: 1553

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