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spon·du·licksalso spon·doo·licks (spŏn-do͞o′lĭks′, -dyo͞o′-)
[Perhaps from obsolete slang spondylics, coins piled for counting, probably from Greek spondulos, vertebra, in humorous reference to the resemblance between a stack of coins and the vertebral column.]
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pl (hum inf) → Piepen pl (inf)
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