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conductus

[ kuhn-duhk-tuhs ]
/ kənˈdʌk təs /
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noun, plural con·duc·tus.
any of various forms of medieval song with a Latin text.
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Origin of conductus

1795–1805; <Medieval Latin, equivalent to Latin conduc-, variant stem of condūcere (see conduce) + -tus suffix of v. action; cf. conduct
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