cum laude

adverb or adjective cum lau·de \km-ˈla-də, -dē; ˌkəm-ˈl-dē\

: with honor

Full Definition of CUM LAUDE

:  with distinction <graduated cum laude> — compare magna cum laude, summa cum laude

Origin of CUM LAUDE

New Latin, with praise
First Known Use: 1893

Other Education Terms

baccalaureate, colloquium, corequisite, dissertation, monograph, pedant, practicum, survey course, thesis


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