caxon

caxon

(ˈkæksən)
n
obsolete a wig
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(26) En un documento sin fechar que contiene la relacion de objetos que el embajador de Japon traia para su despacho en Madrid, se hace mencion de "Treynta Caxones de biobos de oro fino, cada Caxon dos biobos".
(67) Written examples in baybayin of this spelling variation can be found in some old documents from the University of Santo Tomas Archives, particularly in the bound volume entitled Archibo de Colegio de Santissima Rosario, Escritura de Guertas y Tierras de Gagalangin, Cavayanan, Quinamata, Isla de de Malabon, Bacouor, Botabotavos, Tierras de Somagdal, pertenientes del Colegio, Tomo 17 Caxon 26 which contains two long deeds of sale in Tagalog baybayin.
En los manifiestos, estos recipientes aparecen junto a referencias al chocolate (por ejemplo, "un caxon de chocolate y jicaras"; AGI, CT 4424, fol.
Notable among these is MS Cantoral 20.1, 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.