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ditriglyph

[ dahy-trahy-glif ]
/ daɪˈtraɪˌglɪf /
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noun (in Doric architecture)
the distance, on centers, between a metope and the second one distant.
an intercolumniation having two whole triglyphs.
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Origin of ditriglyph

From the French word ditriglyphe, dating back to 1720–30. See di-1, triglyph

OTHER WORDS FROM ditriglyph

di·tri·glyph·ic, adjective
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