Similitude

Si·mil'i·tude noun [ French similitude , Latin similitudo , from similis similar. See Similar .] 1. The quality or state of being similar or like; resemblance; likeness; similarity; as, similitude of substance. Chaucer. « Let us make now man ...
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similitude

1. The quality or state of being similar or like; resemblance; likeness; similarity; as, similitude of substance. 'Let us make now man in our image, man In our similitude.' (Milton) 'If fate some future bard shall join In sad similitude of griefs to mine.' (Pope) ... 2. The act of likening, or that which likens, one thing to another; fanciful or im...
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Similitude

• (n.) The quality or state of being similar or like; resemblance; likeness; similarity; as, similitude of substance. • (n.) That which is like or similar; a representation, semblance, or copy; a facsimile. • (n.) The act of likening, or that which likens, one thing to another; fanciful or imaginative comparison; a simile.Similitude:...
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Similitude

[model] Similitude is a concept applicable to the testing of engineering models. A model is said to have similitude with the real application if the two share geometric similarity, kinematic similarity and dynamic similarity. Similarity and similitude are interchangeable in this context. Similitude is therefore engineering Nomenclature. The...
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