from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In ancient prosody: Containing or amounting to six semeia or units of time; having or constituting a magnitude of six moræ or normal shorts: as, a hexasemic foot or dipody; hexasemic magnitude.
  • Consisting of or comprising feet of six semeia or times: as, the hexasemic class or epiploce.


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