abaciscus

noun
ab·​a·​cis·​cus | \ˌa-bə-ˈsi-skəs, -ˈki-\
plural abacisci\ˌa-​bə-​ˈsi-​ˌsī, -​ˈki-​ˌskē, -​ˈki-​ˌskī \

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First Known Use of abaciscus

1753, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for abaciscus

Latinization of Late Greek abakískos, diminutive of Greek abak-, ábax “slab, board”

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