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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English quince, coince, a variant of coins, coin (quince), borrowed from Old French cooing (modern coing), from Late Latin cotōneum, from Latin mālum cotōneum, a variant of mālum Cydonium (Cydonian apple), translating Ancient Greek μηλοκυδώνιον (mēlokudṓnion).

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quince (plural quinces)

  1. The pear-shaped fruit of a small tree of the rose family, Cydonia oblonga.
  2. The deciduous tree bearing such fruit, native to Asia.

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AsturianEdit

Asturian cardinal numbers
 <  14 15 16  > 
    Cardinal : quince
    Ordinal : decimoquintu

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From Latin quīndecim.

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quince (indeclinable)

  1. fifteen

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GalicianEdit

Galician cardinal numbers
 <  14 15 16  > 
    Cardinal : quince
    Ordinal : décimo quinto

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From Old Portuguese quinze, from Latin quīndecim.

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quince (indeclinable)

  1. fifteen

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quince

  1. Alternative form of quynce (quince)

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Spanish cardinal numbers
 <  14 15 16  > 
    Cardinal : quince
    Ordinal : decimoquinto

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Spanish quinze, quindze, from Latin quīndecim.

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quince

  1. fifteen

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