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Definition of "duces" [duces]

  • Plural form of dux. (noun)

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  • "Build­ing on this, one sim­ple but incred­i­bly impor­tant new inno­va­tion that Kiva intro­duces is the pic­tures of the busi­ness­men and women look­ing forloans."
  • "Dukes, in Latin, duces, being generals in war; counts, comites, such as bore the general company out of friendship, and were left to govern and defend places conquered and pacified; marquises, marchioness, were counts that governed the marches, or bounds of the Empire."
  • "I; ioqi for it WIS payable for all the tithe a cow, (sfc. "pro - duces, which is only milk and calf."
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