Definition of Quintins

1. quintin [n] - See also: quintin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quintins

quintic
quintic function
quinticlave
quinticlaves
quintics
quintile
quintiles
quintillion
quintillionfold
quintillions
quintillionth
quintillionths
quintin
quintine
quintinite
quintins
quintipara
quintiparas
quintole
quintoles
quintom
quintoms
quints
quintuple
quintuple-click
quintuple-clicked
quintuple-clicking
quintuple-clicks
quintuple-ribbed
quintuple double

Literary usage of Quintins

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The universal cambist, and commercial instructor by Patrick Kelly (1811)
"The Mark of fine silver contains 16 Loths ; and the Loth 4 Quintins, or 16 Pfen- ings: gold and silver are sold at so many Florins current per Mark fine, ..."

2. Journal of a Tour in Iceland, in the Summer of 1809 by William Jackson Hooker (1813)
"ment, when dried, weighed eight quintins, and consequently the acids had • extracted one ... The remaining eight quintins, when melted down with borax, ..."

3. Journal of a Tour in Iceland, in the Summer of 1809 by William Jackson Hooker (1813)
"ment, when dried, weighed eight quintins, and consequently the acids had ... The remaining eight quintins, when melted down with borax, gave a clear black ..."

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