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nūndinae ārum, f

novem+dies, the ninth day, market-day, fair-day, weekly market : nundinarum πανήγυρις.—In the phrase trinūm nundinūm (sc. spatium), a period of three market-days, till the third market-day (17 to 24 days): ubi promulgatio trinūm nundinūm?—Since nundinum came to be regarded later as an acc sing. n. : comitia in trinum nundinum indicta, on the third market-day , L.A market-place, market-town : Capuam nundinas rusticorum esse voluerunt.— Fig., trade, traffic, sale : totius rei p. nundinae: vectigalium flagitiosissimae.

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