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galliambic (ˌɡælɪˈæmbɪk)
1.  of or relating to a metre consisting of four lesser Ionics, used by Callimachus and Catullus and imitated by Tennyson in Boadicea
2.  a verse in this metre
[C19: from Latin galliambus song of the Galli (priests of Cybele)]

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