Cf. Complaynt of Scotland (1548–9), Prolog. lf. 14 b, Shakes. L.L.L. v. i. 44, and Marston Dutch Courtezan v. (1605) H, where the Latin abl. pl.honōrificābilitūdinitātibus is cited as a typical long word, as honōrificābilitūdinitāte had been previously by Dante De Vulg. Eloq. ii. vii
1656 - Glossographia, Thomas Blount
Containing Original Communications in History, Philosophy, the Belles Lettres,
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Volume III, January to June, Inclusive, 1805
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