Before o-sounds ε here and in some other Doric dialects changed to ι: θιός, σιός for θεός “god.”
Triglyph, the channelled feature in the frieze of the Doric order.
Sixteen white marble Doric columns form the arcade on each of the four sides.
The shaft (Figs. 67, 70) is of more slender proportions than the Doric shaft.
The Doric order reigned supreme throughout the great period from the sixth till the end of the fifth century B. C.
Perhaps the only fault of the detail is that the Doric pilasters and columns are too tall.
The entablature (Fig. 70) is, generally speaking, richer than that of the Doric order.
The redwoods of the West become columns of Doric eloquence and simplicity.
The Doric couplets on two beautiful boys, and the love sonnet to the youth Chrysocomus, read like extracts from the Μοῦσα παιδική.
The pillars of this cloister were Doric on the ground-floor, Ionic above.
1560s, see Dorian; in reference to the architectural order, 1610s. The Doric dialect in ancient Greek theater was broad and rustic, hence it has been applied in English to northern and Scots dialects (1837).