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- adj. Of or pertaining to the gull family, Laridae.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to the Gull family (Laridæ).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to the Larinæ, or having their characters.
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Also one Say and 20 estiues make a larine, which is of Aleppo money 6 medines and a halfe.
You will have a pit larine and outdoor bath facilities, and you will fetch your water from a village water source.
The larine is worth 5 sadines and one fourth part, so that the sadine is worth of Aleppo mony 1 medine and 1 fourth part, and the larine as in Balsara worth of Aleppo mony 6 medines and a half.
I bought many salted kine as provision for the ship at half a _larine_ each, being all excellent meat and very fat, and four wild hogs ready dressed for a larine.
The larine is worth about twelve shillings and sixpence.
OW 1868-1885 OW larine gull OW tringine sandpiper OW meleagrine turkey W trochilidine humming - milvine kite 1727-1842 bird 1885 OW OW trochiline humming - nestorine kea, kaka W bird W phasianine pheasant turdine thrush 1890 1868
[Footnote 169: From this explanation, the _mahmoody_ and larine may be assumed as worth one shilling; the _pice_ as equal to a farthing and a half, and the dram at about 1-10th of a farthing.
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