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mensural

[men-sher-uh l, -ser-] /ˈmɛn ʃər əl, -sər-/
adjective
1.
pertaining to measure.
Origin
1600-1610
1600-10; < Late Latin mēnsūrālis, equivalent to Latin mēnsūr(a) measure + -ālis -al1
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British Dictionary definitions for men-sural

mensural

/ˈmɛnʃərəl/
adjective
1.
of or involving measure
2.
(music) of or relating to music in which notes have fixed values in relation to each other
Word Origin
C17: from Late Latin mēnsūrālis, from mēnsūrameasure
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Word Origin and History for men-sural

mensural

adj.

"pertaining to measure, measurable," c.1600, from Medieval Latin mensuralis, from Latin mensura "a measuring, measurement" (see measure (v.)).

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