noun di·das·ca·ly \dīˈdaskəlē, də̇ˈ-\

Definition of didascaly



  1. :  any of various catalogs of Greek drama with names of authors and dates in the form of the original inscriptions or as later published by Alexandrian scholars

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Origin and Etymology of didascaly

Greek didaskalia, literally, teaching, instruction, from didaskalos + -ia -y

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