Definition of Quintans
1. quintan [n] - See also: quintan
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Literary usage of Quintans
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1. Medii ævi Kalendarium: Or Dates, Charters and Customs of the Middle Ages by Robert Thomas Hampson (1841)
"The more modern French term, quintans, is applied to the first Sunday, and it is probable, connecting this application with the quotations, that Quintana is ..."
2. The Genuine Works of Hippocrates by Hippocrates (1849)
"Indeed he says, he had often met with quintans, and that a trustworthy physician of great experience had assured him that he had met with ..."
3. Opportunities for Industry and the Safe Investment of Capital; Or, A by Edwin Troxell Freedley (1859)
"1855, and daring that single month, the importations reached as high 3.720 quintans, exceeding the importation of the whole year ..."
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