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an ancient Roman unit of measurement, equal to 5 Roman feet (60 Roman inches), about 58 U.S. inches (147 centimeters).
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Roman pace

noun
an ancient Roman measure of length, equal to 5 Roman feet or about 58 inches (147 centimetres)See also geometric pace
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