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First published 1951 (DOST Vol. II).
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Dyce(i)t, a. [f. Dyce n. 1. Cf. Dyssit.] Marked with small squares resembling dice. — 1631 Edinb. Test. LV. 46 b.
Thrie peice dyceit taffitie
1642 Ib. LX. 194.
Tuentie ellis of dyceit velvott at ten merkis the elne … .Ten ellis of dycet velvott

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