pous

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ancient Greek πούς (poús, foot). See πούς (poús) for more information.

Noun[edit]

pous (plural podes)

  1. A measure of length found in Iron Age Europe and the Ancient Near East, considered the Greek "foot". Its exact value was variable, but was always one six-hundredth of a stadion.

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