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First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).
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Ingill, -ell, n.2 [MFlem. inghelsche, engels. Cf. Engill n.] A Flemish weight of gold and silver, one twentieth of an ounce. — 1498 Halyb. 216.
A sengnet of syluer weand 1 owns 4 ingillis
Ib. 217.
A syngnet of gold that weit 1 ons and 1½ ingellis, ilk ingell cost 27 g'

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