ad eun·​dem | \ˌad-ē-ˈən-dəm \
variants: or ad eundem gradum \ -​ˈgrā-​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

First Known Use of ad eundem

1711, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for ad eundem

borrowed from New Latin ad eundem gradum

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