dux definition

  • noun:
    • the most effective educational student in a school, or perhaps in per year of school; the most truly effective pupil in a specified educational discipline.
    • A high-ranking commander in the Roman army, responsible for more than one legion.
    • The subject of a fugue, answered by the comes.
    • The scholastic name for motif or topic of a fugue, the solution being known as the comes, or partner.
    • A leader; a chief; especially, your head or main pupil of a class or unit in certain community schools.
    • In songs, the niche or motif of a fugue: distinguished from the comes or response.
    • the very best educational student in a school, or in annually of college; the top pupil in a specified scholastic control.
    • A high-ranking leader inside Roman army, responsible for one or more legion.
    • the main topic of a fugue, answered by the comes.
    • The scholastic title for theme or topic of a fugue, the clear answer being called the comes, or companion.
    • A leader; a chief; specifically, the top or primary student of a course or unit in certain public schools.
    • In music, the subject or motif of a fugue: distinguished from comes or response.

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