Definition of diazoma
: a passage in the auditorium of an ancient Greek theater dividing the lower from the upper rows of seats for convenience of access
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Origin and Etymology of diazoma
Latin, from Greek diazōma, literally, girdle, from dia- + zōma girdle — more at zone
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