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septimana

[ sep-tuh-mey-nuh ]
/ ˌsɛp təˈmeɪ nə /
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noun, plural sep·ti·ma·nae [sep-tuh-mey-nee]. /ˌsɛp təˈmeɪ ni/. (in prescriptions)
a week.
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Origin of septimana

<Late Latin septimāna;see semainier
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How to use septimana in a sentence

  • Apud quosdam debet omni die Lune per anni spatium operari domino suo, et tribus diebus unaquaque septimana in Augusto.

  • The Ramsey Cartulary has simply: 'Et virgatarius arabit et herciabit qualibet septimana per unum diem sicut operarius.'

    Villainage in England|Paul Vinogradoff
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