noun isod·o·mon \īˈsädəˌmän, -mən\
variants: or



Definition of isodomon



  1. :  masonry having blocks of equal length and thickness laid in courses so that each vertical joint of a course comes over the middle of a block just below

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Origin and Etymology of isodomon

Latin & Greek; Latin isodomum, from Greek isodomon, neuter of isodomos of equal courses, from is- + domos course of masonry, house — more at timber

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a brief usually trivial fact

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