A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Cordecedron, -dicid(e)ron, n. Also: -sidron, -siderone, -ane. [F. écorce de citron.] Lemon peel. Sevin pund of cordesiderone; 1627 Edinb. Test. LIV. 202 b.
140 pound cordecedron; 1673 Leith Customs 21.
Sax pund cordesiderane; 1675 Stirling Comm. Good 92.
Ane pund sinamon; four pund cordisidrons; 1681 Blackness Customs 28 b.
Tuo pound of cordicidron to the provest quhich he gave to my Lady Elphingston; 1683–4 Stirling B. Rec. II. 323.
Ane pound of cordicideron and orange peell; 1700 Ib. 94.

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