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Cube Root

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Cube Root.
Cúbick Root.
n.s. The origin of a cubick number; or a number, by whose multiplication into itself, and again into the product, any given number is formed: thus two is the cube-root of eight. Chambers.

Sources: Chambers, Ephraim (20)

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