Alcmanic verse

Alcmanic verse

[alk-man-ik]
noun Prosody.
a form of verse used in Greek drama and Latin dramatic poetry, composed in dactylic tetrameter.

Origin:
< Greek Alkmanikós equivalent to Alkmán Alcman, a Greek lyric poet (late 7th cent. b.c.) + -ikos -ic

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