towmond

noun
tow·​mond | \ˈtō-ˌmänd \

Definition of towmond 

Scotland

First Known Use of towmond

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for towmond

Middle English towlmonyth, from Old English twelf mōnath, from twelf twelve + mōnath month

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