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hexastichon

[ hek-sas-ti-kon ]
/ hɛkˈsæs tɪˌkɒn /
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noun, plural hex·as·ti·cha [hek-sas-ti-kuh]. /hɛkˈsæs tɪ kə/.
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Origin of hexastichon

1570–80; <Greek hexástichon, neuter of hexástichos of six lines. See hexa-, stich1
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