Definition of Maundies

1. maundy [n] - See also: maundy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Maundies

maumish
maun
maunch
maunched
maunches
maunching
maund
maunded
maunder
maundered
maunderer
maunderers
maundering
maunderings
maunders
maundies (current term)
maunding
maundril
maundrils
maunds
maundy
maungier
maungiest
maungy
maunna
mauritania
mauritius
mausolea
mausoleal
mausolean

Literary usage of Maundies

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

1. Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly by John Brand, Henry Ellis (1895)
"... long'd to heare some good newes to that effect, and said unto the scrivener, Hagh, hagh, what «lidi my uncle now? doth he noia make hü maundies? ..."

2. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1889)
"... June 1548 the payments were discontinued, although a sum was still set apart for daily alms, and for royal maundies on Maundy Thursday and Easter-day. ..."

3. Crozier's General Armory: A Registry of American Families Entitled to Coat Armor by William Armstrong Crozier (1904)
"Connecticut. Jacob Munsell, Windsor. ( Northampton.) Argent, a chevron between three maundies sable. CREST—A cap of maintenance in flames at the top, ppr. ..."

4. A Handy Book of Curious Information: Comprising Strange Happenings in the by William Shepard Walsh (1913)
"Grouts and maundies were revived for a brief period in the Victorian era, yet mankind, including the poets, has forgotten all about these. ..."

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