from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In medieval Gr. poetry, a group or succession of Anacreontic dimeters, generally six in number, with or without anaclasis or , and followed by trimeters, usually two (called the κουκούλιον or ‘hood’).
  • n. In the Gr. Ch., a hymn said or sung at the end of the sixth ode in a canon of odes. Also oikos.


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