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Mastillion, Mas(s)ilyon(e, n. [ME. mastlyoun (1303), (late north.) mastilȝon (Cath. Angl.), e.m.E. masseljon (16th c.) etc., late ME. mestlyone, mestilione (Prompt. Parv.), OF. mesteillon, -tillon, and cf. MDu. masteluin.] Mixed grain, mashlum. = Masloch(e n. — The laf of the gude mastillion and of wer bultyng sal wey a quachet and a half of gude brede; Bute MS. 167.
The brede of the gude mastillion corne & alsamyn bred; Ib.
Quhare that ony victuallis, quheit, beir, ry, rymeills or massilyon cumis in to the port of Leyth; 1479–80
(c 1580) Edinb. B. Rec. I. 37.
x s. per vendicionem unius bolle grani dicti masilyone; 1489 Exch. R. X. 137.

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