anadiplosis[an′ə di plō′sis]
anadiplosis definition by Webster's New World
Origin: Classical Latin ; from Classical Greek anadiplōsis ; from anadiploun, to double ; from ana-, up, again plush diploos, double
anadiplosis definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. an·a·di·plo·ses
Origin: Late Latin anadiplōsis, from Greek, from anadiploun, to redouble : ana-, ana- + diploun, to double (from diplous, double; see dwo- in Indo-European roots).