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baud

noun \ˈbd, ˈbäd, British ˈbōd\
plural baud also bauds

Definition of BAUD

:  a variable unit of data transmission speed (as one bit per second)

Origin of BAUD

baud (telegraphic transmission speed unit), from J. M. E. Baudot †1903 French inventor
First Known Use: 1931

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