par·o·dos | \ ˈparəˌdäs\
variants: or parodus \ -dəs \
plural parodoi\ -ˌdȯi \ or parodi\ -ˌdī \
Definition of parodos
1 : the first choral passage in an ancient Greek drama recited or sung as the chorus enters the orchestra — compare stasimon
2 : a passage in an ancient Greek theater between auditorium and skene by which spectators had access to the theater and actors might come and go during a play
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