Definition of Pedes. Meaning of Pedes. Synonyms of Pedes

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Definition of Pedes

Pedes
Pes Pes, n.; pl. Pedes . [L., the foot.] (Anat.) The distal segment of the hind limb of vertebrates, including the tarsus and foot.

Meaning of Pedes from wikipedia

- The English word "foot" is a translation of the Latin term pes, plural pedes, which in turn is a translation of the Ancient Gr**** ποῦς, pl. πόδες. The...
- Pede is a surname, and may refer to: Hendrik van Pede, architect of Oudenaarde Town Hall, Belgium, in 1526-1537 Jean Pede (1927-2013), Belgian liberal...
- A pes (plural: pedes) is an ancient Roman unit of length that roughly corresponds to a modern foot, which it is the etymological ancestor of, as "pes"...
- Peter Ankjær Bigaard, better known by his stage name Pede B (born in 1984), is a Danish rapper originating from ****erup. Starting rapping at a young age...
- A foot of fine (plural, feet of fines; Latin: pes finis; plural, pedes finium) is the archival copy of the agreement between two parties in an English...
- appears at first sight to be random and meaningless: "Peregrinus expectavi, pedes meos in cymbalis" ("A pilgrim I waited, my feet in cymbals") According to...
- Jean Pede (7 January 1927 – 23 July 2013) was a Belgian liberal politician for the PVV. Professionally Jean Pede was a notary, in a long line of notaries...
- Charles Nicholas Pede is a military lawyer who currently serves as the 40th Judge Advocate General of the United States Army. General Pede was promoted from...
- Caesar heard of this from deserters and captives, he dug a trench twenty pedes (6 metres, 19 modern feet) with perpendicular sides and built all the other...
- basic unit of Roman linear measurement was the pes or Roman foot (plural: pedes). Investigation of its relation to the English foot goes back at least to...
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