homoeomeral

adjective ho·moe·om·er·al \¦hōmē¦ämərəl, ¦häm-\

Definition of homoeomeral

prosody

  1. :  having like or corresponding parts

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Origin and Etymology of homoeomeral

Greek homoiomerēs consisting of equal parts (from homoio- home- + -merēs, from meros part) + English -al — more at merit


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