Definition of Decime

1. an old French coin [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Decime

decimalizations
decimalize
decimalized
decimalizes
decimalizing
decimally
decimals
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decimated
decimates
decimating
decimation
decimations
decimator
decimators
decime (current term)
decimes
decimeter
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decimetre
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decimic
decimole
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decimosexto
decine
decinormal
decipher

Literary usage of Decime

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1. Canterbury and York Series by Canterbury and York Society (1907)
"... decime Terre Sancte in regno Anglie, ... ejusdem decime in civitate et diocesi ... per ultimum biennium quo prestacio decime de ..."

2. A Manual of Practical Assaying by John Mitchell, William Crookes (1888)
"To avoid all confusion, a solution to be termed a decime solution of common ... A decime solution of silver is a solution of silver equivalent to the latter ..."

3. Wykeham's Register by Thomas Frederick Kirby (1899)
"... decime predicte.1 Warrant for return of beneficed aliens, ... nostrum reddito de primo anno solucionis decime predicte de summis denariorum ..."

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