nundination

noun
nun·​di·​na·​tion | \ˌnəndəˈnāshən\
plural -s

Definition of nundination 

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: an act or instance of bartering : sale the nundination of indulgences— Isaac Taylor

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History and Etymology for nundination

French, from Latin nundination-, nundinatio, from nundinatus (past participle of nundinari to trade, market, from nundinae nundine) + -ion-, -io -ion

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