douzieme

douzième

[doo-zee-em; French doo-zyem]
noun, plural douzièmes [doo-zee-emz; French doo-zyem] .
(in Swiss watchmaking) the 12th part of a ligne, used mainly to gauge the thickness of a movement.

Origin:
< French: literally, twelfth

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