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ad eundem

adverb or adjective ad eun·dem \ˌad-ē-ˈən-dəm\

Definition of AD EUNDEM

:  to, in, or of the same rank —used especially of the honorary granting of academic standing or a degree by a university to one whose actual work was done elsewhere

Variants of AD EUNDEM

ad eun·dem or ad eundem gra·dum \-ˈgrā-dəm\

Origin of AD EUNDEM

New Latin ad eundem gradum
First Known Use: 1711

Rhymes with AD EUNDEM

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