Pous


Pous
Kat dwèt ki pi gwo nan ven dwèt moun gen nan pye avèk nan men yo. Yon dimansyon ki prèske menm longè avèk espas ki ant de mak nan dwèt yon moun.

Definisyon 2500 mo Kreyòl. 2010.

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  • pous —    the ancient Greek foot, a unit of distance equal to about 30.7 centimeters, a little longer than the modern English foot. The plural is podes.    The pous was divided into 16 daktylos (digits). There were 100 podes in a plethron and 600 in a… …   Dictionary of units of measurement

  • pous — noun 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 …   Wiktionary

  • pous — (G). Afoot …   Dictionary of word roots and combining forms