noun (plural duces /ˈdjuːsiːz/)chiefly Scottish
Mid 18th century (denoting the leading voice or instrument in a fugue or canon): from Latin, 'leader'.
Words that rhyme with duxcrux, flux, lux, luxe, tux
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