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MOD'ULE, noun [Latin modulus.] A model or representation.

1. In architecture, a certain measure or size taken at pleasure for regulating the proportion of columns, and the symmetry or disposition of the whole building. The usual module of a column is its semidiameter at the base. This is divided into parts or minutes.

MOD'ULE, verb transitive To model; to shape; to modulate. [Little Used.]