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mensural

adjective men·su·ral \ˈmen(t)s-rəl, ˈmen(t)sh-; ˈmen(t)-sə-rəl, -shə-\

Definition of MENSURAL

1
:  of, relating to, or being polyphonic music originating in the 13th century with each note having a definite and exact time value
2
:  of or relating to measure

Origin of MENSURAL

Late Latin mensuralis measurable, from Latin mensura
First Known Use: circa 1580

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