nundinal


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nundinal

(ˈnʌndɪnəl)
n
(Historical Terms) any of the letters of the alphabet from A to H that related to the days of the ancient Roman week
adj
1. (Historical Terms) relating to any of the letters of the alphabet from A to H that related to the days of the ancient Roman week
2. (Historical Terms) of or relating to a nundine
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Trueque o permuta de una moneda presente por otra ausente, con superposicion de una operacion de credito a corto plazo a otra de transferencia de fondos entre dos plazas o lugares extranjeros, realizada librando letras de cambio de vencimiento generalmente no superior a los noventa dias; se llamaba tambien cambio por letras, mercantil, de plaza a plaza y trayecticio, asi como nundinal cuando intervenia alguna feria.
2) It was 'modern' because Polemius had gone through old laterculi and removed many of the difficult and outmoded (especially non-Christian) aspects, such as the pictures of the days, months, and astrological signs, the lunar letters, hebdomadals, nundinals, dies Aegyptiaci, and a number of pagan festivals.