noun, plural dip·o·dies. Prosody.
- a group of two feet in English poetry, in which one of the two accented syllables bears primary stress and the other bears secondary stress, used as a prosodic measurement in iambic, trochaic, and anapestic verse.
- a prosodic measurement of two feet in classical Greek and Latin poetry.
noun plural -dies
- prosody a metrical unit consisting of two feet