primitiae


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primitiae

(praɪˈmɪʃɪiː)
pl n
the first fruits of the harvest
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(13.) El Instituto Etxepare debe su nombre a Bernart Etxepare, autor de Linguae Vasconum Primitiae (1545).
(4) The titles are in English, except for "Currente Calamo," (also "Primitiae" as an alternative to "Third Cousins," later "The Lawyer's First Tale"--hereafter "Lawyer I"--and "A La Banquette" for "A Modern Pilgrimage").