cardo

A Roman surveying term for north-south streets in Roman towns, as opposed to decamanus for the east-west streets. Also a term for axis as seen in the terms: - cardo decumanus - the dorsal axis was the longer of the 2 principal axes upon which a Roman fort was laid out, crossed at right-angles in the centre of the camp, where the groma was placed, b…...

Cardo

(Spanish) cardoon, wild mushrooms

Cardo

The cardo was a north–south-oriented street in Roman cities, military camps, and coloniae. The cardo, an integral component of city planning, was lined with shops and vendors, and served as a hub of economic life. The main cardo was called cardo maximus. Most Roman cities also had a Decumanus Maximus, an east-west street that served as a seconda...
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Cardo

• (n.) The hinge of a bivalve shell. • (n.) The basal joint of the maxilla in insects.
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Cardo

[Gozón] Cardo (variant: San Martín de Cardo) is one of thirteen parishes (administrative divisions) in the Gozón municipality, within the province and autonomous community of Asturias, in northern Spain. ...
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Cardo

Car'do (kär'do) noun ; plural Cardines .) [ Latin , a hinge.] (Zoology) (a) The basal joint of the maxilla in insects. (b) The hinge of a bivalve shell.
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Cardo

Latin term for the main road running in a north-south direction through a town or city and crossing the decumanus which ran from west to east.
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cardo

the basal joint of the maxilla in insects
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Cardo

The basal segment of the maxilla or secondary jaw.
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