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- n. Alternative form of latten.
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- n. Latten, 1.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of latten.
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The material of which they were made was principally manufactured at Cologne and thence exported to all parts of Christendom; it is called laton, an alloy of copper, zinc, lead, and tin, beaten into thick plates of various sizes.
The bright spot upon its summit is a dome of yellow laton from Andalusia, vaulted upon ten columns; and on its crown is a horseman who rideth a horse of brass and holdeth in hand a lance of laton; and there hangeth on his bosom a tablet of lead graven with names and talismans.
This done, the main will swell and rise till it is level with the mountain head, and there will appear on it a skiff carrying a man of laton (other than he thou shalt have shot) holding in his hand a pair of paddles.
Magnet hight; on whose summit is a horseman of yellow laton seated on a horse also of brass and bearing on his breast a tablet of lead.
A large gold-hilted one-edged sword had the youth upon his thigh, in a scabbard of light blue, and tipped with Spanish laton.
And the knight and horse were equipped with arms of speckled yellow, variegated with Spanish laton.
Upon the head of the knight was a bright helmet of yellow laton, with sparkling stones of crystal in it, and at the crest of the helmet was the figure of
He declareth further, that in many places of these regions, he sawe great plentie of laton amonge th [e] inhabitantes.
The bright spot upon its summit is a dome of yellow laton from
This done, the main will swell and rise till it is level with the mountain head, and there will appear on it a skiff carrying a man of laton (other than he thou shalt have shot) holding in his hand