gradus

The marching step for a soldier. Also a military rank.
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Gradus

A - marching pace. B - military rank.
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Gradus

Gra'dus noun [ From Latin gradus ad Parnassum a step to Parnassus.] A dictionary of prosody, designed as an aid in writing Greek or Latin poetry. « He set to work . . . without gradus or other help.» T. Hughes.
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Gradus

• (n.) A dictionary of prosody, designed as an aid in writing Greek or Latin poetry.
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gradus

a dictionary of Greek or Latin prosody and poetic phrases used as an aid in the writing of verse in Greek or Latin. The term is derived from the ...
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Gradus

[disambiguation] Gradus is the shortened form of a Latin phrase which means `Steps to Parnassus`. Gradus may also refer to: ...
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Gradus

[unit] A gradus (plural: gradūs) is an ancient Roman unit of length that is 2.5 pedes. One gradus is 0.81 yards or 0.74 meters. There are 2 gradūs in one passus. kl`;m ``m, < j ...
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