Definition of Quintars

1. quintar [n] - See also: quintar



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quintars

quinsy
quinsyberry
quinsywort
quint
quinta
quintagenarian
quintagenarians
quintain
quintains
quintal
quintals
quintan
quintans
quintar
quintars (current term)
quintas
quintate
quintates
quintating
quinte
quintenary
quintennial
quinternion
quinternions
quintes
quintessence
quintessences
quintessential
quintessentially

Literary usage of Quintars

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1. The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities by John Gilmary Shea, Henry Reed Stiles (1869)
"Left Mr Webbs this Morn* and rode 12 Miles to Rye, where I dined at quintars, au extrayant Land lord. tram thence proceeded on to East Chester ..."

2. A Treatise on the Rights and Duties of Merchant Seamen: According to the by George Ticknor Curtis (1841)
"... pelegri qui do NOLIT de la sua persona e de roba qui no sia mercade- ria, t tot hom ilui port de deu quintars en avail, dcu donar Not. ..."

3. Us et coutumes de la mer: ou Collection des usages maritimes des peuples de by Jean-Marie Pardessus (1847)
"... la ñau o del leny mil quintars, è ells ne metran mil è cinch cents o mil è dos ... è los testimonie no hauran oit sino tan solament de mil quintars ; si ..."

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