[cincantaine] (1271-72)

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[cincantaine] (1271-72)

[ FEW: 2/ii,1480a quinquaginta; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,95b cinquantaine; TL: 2,434 cincantaine; DEAF:  cincante; DMF:  cinquantaine; TLF:  cinquantaine; OED:  quinquagesima n.; MED:  quinquages(i)me n.; DMLBS: 2633a quinquagenus ]
cinkaunteine,  cinquanteine  


( s.xivin; MS: c.1330 )  Sentefyer lur ribaudie Par cynkaunteyne de ‘Ave Maries’  74.55
2mil.quingenary cohort, division of five hundred men
( 1271-72; MS: s.xiii4/4 )  Le seconde compaignie ad de gent a pé .v. cenz e .l. e .v., e de gent a chival .lx. e .vi., si est la compaignie apelé cinquanteine  40.15
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