isocolon

noun
iso·colon

Definition of isocolon 

1 : a period consisting of cola of equal length

2 : the use of equal cola in immediate succession

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History and Etymology for isocolon

Greek isokōlon, from neuter of isokōlos of equal members, from is- + kōlon limb, member

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