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  • n. A market held every eight days

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In Roman antiq., a market-day occurring every ninth day (in Roman reckoning). Also as plural.

Etymologies

Latin nundinae - Note: refers to a period of nine days, including the market at each end of the period. (Wiktionary)

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