quindene

noun quin·dene \ ˈkwinˌdēn \

Definition of quindene

plural -s
:the 15th or in modern reckoning 14th day after a church festival

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Origin and Etymology of quindene

Medieval Latin quindena, from feminine of Latin quindeni fifteen each, from quini five each + deni ten by ten, ten each


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