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senarius

noun se·nar·i·us \si-ˈner-ē-əs\
plural se·nar·ii \-ē-ˌī, -ē-ˌē\

Definition of SENARIUS

:  a verse consisting of six feet especially in Latin prosody
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Origin of SENARIUS

Latin, from senarius consisting of six each, from seni six each, from sex six — more at six
First Known Use: 1540

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