abaciscus

noun ab·a·cis·cus \ˌa-bə-ˈsi-skəs, -ˈki-\

Definition of abaciscus

plural

abacisci

\ˌa-bə-ˈsi-ˌsī, -ˈki-ˌskē, -ˈki-ˌskī\

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Origin and Etymology of abaciscus

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


First Known Use: 1753


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