mancus
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mancus
AddǼgehwilcre sprǽce þe máre sý þonne . iiii. mancussas, Ll. Th. i. 154, 10. Án æstel on fíftegum mancessa (mon-, v. l. ), Past. 9, 1. Hé hæfde þrý mancas (tres aureos) áhýdde . . . þá fundon hí þá ylcan þrý áhýdde mancas . . . secge him se bróþer hé sý onscunod fram eallum þám gebróðrum for þám mancessum (pro solidis) . . . tóweorpað þá . .III. mancossas (aureos) ofer hine, Gr. D. 344, 14-37. [The word is of Arabic origin, v. E. H. D. p. 78.]
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