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mensural

[ men-sher-uhl, -ser- ]
/ ˈmɛn ʃər əl, -sər- /
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adjective
pertaining to measure.
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Origin of mensural

1600–10; <Late Latin mēnsūrālis, equivalent to Latin mēnsūr(a) measure + -ālis-al1
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British Dictionary definitions for mensural

mensural
/ (ˈmɛnʃərəl) /

adjective
of or involving measure
music of or relating to music in which notes have fixed values in relation to each other

Word Origin for mensural

C17: from Late Latin mēnsūrālis, from mēnsūra measure
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