di·triglyph | \(ˈ)dī‧+\

Definition of ditriglyph 

: a horizontal division in the Doric architectural style assumed to contain two triglyphs: such as

a : a single metope with its limiting triglyphs

b : two metopes with one whole and two half triglyphs, equaling an intercolumniation

c : the wide middle intercolumniation found in some porticoes

d : the space from the vertical axis of one metope to that of the next but one

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Other Words from ditriglyph

ditriglyphic \¦dī‧+⸗¦⸗⸗ \ adjective

History and Etymology for ditriglyph

French ditriglyphe, from di- + triglyphe triglyph

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