prosodion

noun pro·so·di·on \prəˈsōdēˌän\

Definition of prosodion

plural

prosodia

\-ēə\
  1. :  an ancient Greek processional hymn sung by a chorus approaching the temple or altar of a god

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Origin and Etymology of prosodion

Greek, from neuter of prosodios processional, from prosodos procession, from pros- + hodos way, journey


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