Etymology
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heptasyllabic

"containing or consisting of seven syllables," 1735, from Late Latin heptasyllabus, from Greek heptasyllabos "of seven syllables," from hepta (see seven) + syllabē "syllable" (see syllable). The noun heptasyllable "line of seven syllables" is attested by 1757.

updated on July 06, 2022

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