Sometimes he indulges in tmesis which reminds us of Ennius: inque pediri, disque supata, ordia prima.
Or he might by tmesis, more liberally used, have further widened the field for its employment.
Perhaps we might read ἐπὶ δὲ γᾶς πεδιοπλοκτύπου ὠσὶν χρίμπι βοὰ, by tmesis, for ἐπιχρίμπτεται.
His abstinence from inflexion absolutely, and from tmesis almost entirely, in the use of , I think deserves remark.
1570s, from Greek tmesis "a cutting," related to temnein "to cut," tome "a cutting" (see tome). The separation of the elements of a compound word by the interposition of another word or words (e.g. a whole nother).