Word:

Nundinal

Nun´di`nal
n.1.A nundinal letter.
a.1.Of or pertaining to a fair, or to a market day.
Nundinal letter
among the Romans, one of the first eight letters of the alphabet, which were repeated successively from the first to the last day of the year. One of these always expressed the market day, which returned every nine days (every eight days by our reckoning).
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nun
nun buoy
Nunatak
Nunavut
Nunc dimittis
Nunc pro tunc
Nunchion
Nunciate
Nunciature
Nuncio
Nuncius
Nuncupate
Nuncupation
Nuncupative
Nuncupative will
Nuncupatory
-- Nundinal --
Nundinal letter
Nundinate
Nundination
Nung
Nunnation
Nunnery
Nunnish
Nunquam fictio sine lege
Nunquam indebitatus
Nuns
Nuns of the Word Incarnate
Nup
Nuper obiit
Nuphar
Nuphar advena
Nuphar lutea
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