Passus



[pas-uh s] /ˌpæs əs/

noun, plural passus, passuses.
1.
a section or division of a story, poem, etc.; canto.
/ˈpæsəs/
noun (pl) -sus, -suses
1.
(esp in medieval literature) a division or section of a poem, story, etc

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