Definition of Passus. Meaning of Passus. Synonyms of Passus

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Definition of Passus

Passus
Passus Pas"sus, n.; pl. L. Passus, E. Passuses. [L., a step, a pace. See Pace.] A division or part; a canto; as, the passus of Piers Plowman. See 2d Fit.
Passus
Passus Pas"sus, n.; pl. L. Passus, E. Passuses. [L., a step, a pace. See Pace.] A division or part; a canto; as, the passus of Piers Plowman. See 2d Fit.

Meaning of Passus from wikipedia

- feet or 30.0 inches or 76.2 centimetres. The Ancient Roman pace (Latin: p****us) was notionally the distance of a full stride from the position of one heel...
- P****u (Urdu: پسو‎) is a small village located in the Gilgit Baltistan region of northern ****stan. Situated along the Karakoram Highway in Upper Hunza...
- p****u) of the adjective par, "equal". If it were nominative, "an equal step" it would be par p****us. p****u is the ablative of the Latin noun p****us,...
- P****u Sar (Urdu: پسو سر‎; or P****u Sar, P****u I) is a mountain peak in the Batura Muztagh, a sub-range of the Karakoram mountain range, in the Gilgit...
- whether to bell the cat. P****us 1: Holy Church visits Will and explains the tower of Truth, and discusses Truth more generally. P****us 2: Will sees Lady Mede...
- In music, a chromatic fourth, or p****us duriusculus, is a melody or melodic fragment spanning a perfect fourth with all or almost all chromatic intervals...
- terms for "miles". These derived from the nominal ellipsis form of mīlle p****us (mile) or mīlia p****uum (miles), the Roman mile of one thousand paces. The...
- P****u Glacier is situated in the south side of P****u village. P****u Peak is situated in the back side of the glacier. This glacier is linked with Batura...
- ("step"), and two gradus to the p****us ("step"), yielding 1,000 p****us, or 5,000 pedis, to the mile (originally mille p****us, or "1,000 steps"). Ancient Roman...
- Directions. The word mile is from the Latin word for a thousand paces: mille p****us. Navigation at sea was done by eye until around 1500 when navigational instruments...
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