encomiologic

adjective en·co·mi·o·log·ic \ə̇n¦kōmēə¦läjik\

Definition of encomiologic

  1. :  of or having to do with a compound verse in Greek and Latin prosody that is made up of a dactylic penthemimer followed by an iambic penthemimer

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Origin and Etymology of encomiologic

Late Latin encomiologicus, from Greek enkōmiologikos, literally, of a laudatory ode, from enkōmion + -logikos -logic


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