(p"s*t), n. [L. paucitas, fr. paucus few, little: cf. F. paucit See Few.] 1. Fewness; smallness of number; scarcity; rarity. Hooker.
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Revelation denies it by the stern reserve, the paucity, and the incompleteness, of its communications.
I. Taylor.
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2. Smallness of quantity; exiguity; insufficiency; as, paucity of blood. Sir T. Browne.
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} (?), n.;
pl. Paugies (#).
[Corrupted from Amer. Indian mishcuppauog. See Scup.] (Zol.) The scup. See Porgy, and Scup.
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