[dahy-si-lab-ik, dis-i- or dis-i-lab-ik, dis-si-, dahy-si-]
- consisting of or pertaining to two syllables.
Origin of disyllabic
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Examples from the Web for disyllabic
Hemistichs of this type, on the other hand, with a disyllabic first thesis are not uncommon, syan frum wox Beow.
The septenary line, however, in its strict form admits only of monosyllabic caesura and disyllabic ending.
We seldom find three-foot verses with disyllabic rhymes throughout.
This French metre consists of eight syllables when the ending is monosyllabic, and nine when it is disyllabic.
The archaic certes, however, is still always treated as a disyllabic, e.g.