Definition of conductus
: a medieval vocal composition consisting of one to four voice parts the lowest of which is composed of a Latin text set to an invented melody and accompanied homophonically by the other voices
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Origin and Etymology of conductus
Medieval Latin, from Latin conductus, past participle of conducere to bring together
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