Ambitus

In ancient Roman law, ambitus was a crime of political corruption, mainly a candidate`s attempt to influence the outcome of an election through bribery or other forms of soft power. The Latin word ambitus is the origin of the English word `ambition,` which is another of its original meanings; ambitus was the process of `going around and commen...
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Ambitus

• (n.) A canvassing for votes. • (n.) The exterior edge or border of a thing, as the border of a leaf, or the outline of a bivalve shell.
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Ambitus

[music] Ambitus is a Latin term literally meaning `the going round`, and in Medieval Latin means the `course` of a melodic line, most usually referring to the range of scale degrees attributed to a given mode, particularly in Gregorian chant. It may also refer to the range of a voice, instrument, or piece generally (Powers 2001). In Gregori...
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Ambitus

Am'bi·tus (ăm'bĭ*tŭs) noun [ Latin See Ambit , Ambition .] 1. The exterior edge or border of a thing, as the border of a leaf, or the outline of a bivalve shell. 2. (Rom. Antiq.) A canvassing for votes.
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ambitus

border, edge, extent / going around, circuit.
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ambitus

Latin, meaning: border, edge, extent / going around, circuit.
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ambitus

the range of a plainsong from its highest to its lowest tone.
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