trisemic

adjective
tri·​se·​mic | \(ˈ)trī¦sēmik\
variants: or triseme \ˈtrīˌsēm \

Definition of trisemic 

: consisting of or equal in duration to three morae a trisemic syllable

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History and Etymology for trisemic

trisemic from Greek trisēmos of three time units (from tri- three + -sēmos, from sēmeion unit of time, mark, sign, from sēma sign) + English -ic; triseme from Greek trisēmos

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