Definition of trithemimer
: a group of three half feet in classical prosody : a catalectic colon of a foot and a half
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Origin and Etymology of trithemimer
modification (influenced by trit-) of New Latin trihemimeris, from tri- + hemi- + -meris (from Greek meris part) — more at merit
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