mesode

noun \ˈme|ˌzōd, ˈmē|, |ˌsōd\

Definition of mesode

in the Greek choral dance

  1. :  a portion of a choral ode between a strophe and its antistrophe

mesodic

\mə̇ˈzädik, -ˈsä-\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of mesode

Greek mesōidos, from mes- + ōidē song — more at ode


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