Definition of Capitayns
1. capitayn [n] - See also: capitayn
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Capitayns
Literary usage of Capitayns
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. State Papers: Relating to Henry VIII. by Great Britain Record Commission (1849)
"... Conte was oone off the capitayns off the bande off the Italians, ... incontinently send to take the capitayns off the sayde bande, beyng Mamo de ..."
2. Letters and Papers Relating to the War with France, 1512-1513 by Alfred Spont (1897)
"... appointed to sea (Feb. or March The namys of the shippes, capitayns and maisters with the ... capitayns of ther awne 200 Of mylord of Deven John Clerke, ..."
3. A Chronicle of London: From 1089 [i.e. Ten Eighty Nine] to 1483 [i.e by Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Edward Tyrrell (1827)
"... and othere capitayns of oure syde, the whiche hadde nought ... and alle oure lordes and capitayns of the same sege ..."