eumolpique

noun
eu·mol·pique | \œ̅mȯlpēk\
plural -s

Definition of eumolpique 

: a poetic measure consisting of two unrhymed Alexandrines with alternate masculine and feminine endings

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History and Etymology for eumolpique

French, from Greek eumolpein to sing well (from eu- + -molpein, akin to Greek melpein to sing) + French -ique -ic

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