Excalibur

Ex*cal"i*bur

(?), n. The name of King Arthur's mythical sword.
[Written also Excalibar, Excalibor, Escalibar, and Caliburn.]
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Ex*camb"

(?),

Ex*cam"bie

(?), } v. t. [LL. excambiare, excambire; L. ex out + cambire. See Change, and cf. Exchange.] (Scots Law) To exchange; -- used with reference to transfers of land.

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Ex*cam"bi*on

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Ex*cam"bi*um

(?), } n. [LL. excambium. See Excamb.] (Scots Law) Exchange; barter; -- used commonly of lands.
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