adjective di·style \ˈdīˌstīl, ˈdiˌ-\

Definition of distyle

  1. :  marked by columniation with two columns across the front — compare decastyle, dodecastyle, enneastyle, heptastyle, hexastyle, octastyle, pentastyle, tetrastyle

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Origin and Etymology of distyle

1di- + -style

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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