Dux

See royal Dux.

dux

The title granted to the commander of frontier forces in the 4th century AD.

Dux

Dux is the scholastic name for the theme or subject of a fugue, the answer being called the comes, or companion.
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DUX

[video game] DUX is an independently developed scrolling shooter video game by HUCAST.Net & KonTechs Ltd. for the Sega Dreamcast. The game was released on July 17, 2009 worldwide. There is also a 500-print limited edition DUX with a game soundtrack on a separate disk. The game was available from HUCAST.net, Play-Asia, Videogamesnewyork and ...
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Dux

Commander.
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Dux

Dux noun [ Latin , leader.] (Mus.) The scholastic name for the theme or subject of a fugue, the answer being called the comes , or companion.
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Dux

• (n.) The scholastic name for the theme or subject of a fugue, the answer being called the comes, or companion.
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Dux

Dux (s; plural: duces) is Latin for `leader` (from the verb ducere, `to lead`) and later for duke and its variant forms (doge, duce, etc.). During the Roman Republic, dux could refer to anyone who commanded troops, including foreign leaders, but was not a formal military rank. In writing his commentaries on the Gallic Wars, Julius Caesar uses ...
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