dichronous

di·chro·nous

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  • dichronous — ˈdīkrənəs adjective Etymology: Late Latin dichronus, dichronos, from Greek dichronos, from di + chronos chronous prosody 1. : consisting of or lasting through two morae : disemic 2. : common 9c * * * dic …   Useful english dictionary

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