noun nun·dine \ˈnənˌdīn, -də̇n\

Definition of nundine



  1. :  a market day held every ninth day according to ancient Roman reckoning

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Origin and Etymology of nundine

Latin nundinae, plural, market time, literally, nine days, from nundinus of nine days, alteration of novem dies nine days, from novem nine + dies day; from its being held every ninth day of the Roman calendar — more at nine, deity

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