Gradus



[grey-duh s] /ˈgreɪ dəs/

noun, plural graduses. Music.
1.
a work consisting wholly or in part of exercises of increasing difficulty.
[grey-duh s] /ˈgreɪ dəs/
noun, plural graduses.
1.
a dictionary of prosody, especially one that gives word quantities and poetic phrases and that is intended to aid students in the writing of Latin and Greek verse.
/ˈɡreɪdəs/
noun (pl) -duses
1.
a book of études or other musical exercises arranged in order of increasing difficulty
2.
(prosody) a dictionary or textbook of prosody for use in writing Latin or Greek verse

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