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dibrach

[ dahy-brak ]
/ ˈdaɪ bræk /
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noun Prosody.

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Origin of dibrach

<Latin dibrachys<Greek díbrachys a foot of two short syllables, equivalent to di-di-1 + brachýs short; see brachy-
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