proodic

adjective pro·od·ic \(ˈ)prō¦ädik\

Definition of proodic

  1. 1 :  preceding and differing in metrical pattern from the first strophe of an ode

  2. 2 of an ode :  preceded or introduced by a group of lines of different pattern

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Origin and Etymology of proodic

Greek proōidikos of or relating to a prelude, from proōidos prelude, proode + -ikos -ic


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