Definition of diglyph
: a projecting ornamental face like the triglyph but having only two grooves
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Origin and Etymology of diglyph
Greek diglyphos doubly indented, from di- + -glyphos (from glyphein to carve or hollow out) — more at cleave (split)
First Known Use: 1728
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