scazon

noun
sca·zon | \ ˈskāzᵊn \
plural -s

Definition of scazon 

: a classical verse with a limping or halting movement:

a : choliamb

b : a trochaic tetrameter with protraction in the seventh foot : hipponactean

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History and Etymology for scazon

Latin scazont-, scazon, from Greek skazont-, skazōn, literally, one that limps, from present participle of skazein to limp

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