Cauda

The Cauda is a characteristic feature of songs in the Conductus style of a cappella music which flourished between the mid-12th and the mid-13th century. The conductus style placed strict rules on composition, and some such rules were devoted to the cauda, which came at the penultimate syllable of each verse. It takes the form of a lengthy section...
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cauda

(kaw´dә) pl. cau´dae Latin word meaning tail, or tail-like appendage. cauda equina the collection of spinal roots descending from the lower spinal cord and occupying the vertebral canal below the cord.
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Cauda

(Latin) a tail, as on an animal.
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cauda

noun any taillike structure
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Cauda

a tail like growth
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Cauda

a tail like growth
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Cauda

Cauda, Greece: see Gávdhos.
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cauda

Latin = tail, adjective - caudate - having a tail.
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cauda

Latin, meaning: the tail of an animal.
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cauda

Synonym: tail. ... Origin: L. A tail ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Cauda

The pointed end of the abdomen in aphids.
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Cauda

The pointed end of the abdomen in aphids.
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cauda

the tail of an animal.
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cauda

Type: Term Pronunciation: kaw′dă, kaw′dē Synonyms: tail1
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cauda

[n] - any taillike structure
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