throtteen

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English throttene, þreottene, from Old English þrēottȳne, þrēotīne, þrēotīene. More at thirteen.

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throtteen

  1. (dialect) Thirteen.
    • ""Mary Baldwyn, daughter of Richard Baldwyn of Rough Lee, aged—How old was she, sexton?" "Throtteen," replied the man; "" [1]

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