Dis"tich (?), n. [L. distichon, Gr. , neut. of with two rows, of two verses; = twice + row, verse, fr. to ascend; akin to AS. stigan to ascend: cf. F. distique. See Stirrup.] Pros.

A couple of verses or poetic lines making complete sense; an epigram of two verses.


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Dis"tich (?), Dis"tich*ous (?), a. [Gr. . See Distich, n.]

Disposed in two vertical rows; two-ranked.


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