caxon

caxon

(ˈkæksən)
n
obsolete a wig
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1, dated 1785 and containing festal Masses, apparently intended to form a supplement to the "Aguiluchos," as indicated in the Inventario 1790, which tells us that it was shelved with them: "Esta con los Aguiluchos Caxon 10 no 1[degrees] (fol.
18) 'Doom at Sunrise', Another Argo (Christchurch, Caxon Club Press, 1935), n.