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Portemonnaie Porte"mon*naie`, n. [F., fr. porter to carry + monnaie money.] A small pocketbook or wallet for carrying money.

Meaning of portem from wikipedia

- (tetteh quarshie bar (tq bar), kingsbite, oranco bar, akuafo bar, portem pride, portem nut, coffeechoc) choco-bake choco delight (chocolate spread) groundnut
- (allegro) fac ut ardeat (maestoso) sancta mater (moderato--allegretto) fac ut portem (to. de sarabande) inflammatus et accensus (animé et très rythmé) quando
-   'pacific star building'. kmc mag group. retrieved 6 january 2015.  portem, jayson braza. 'philippine architecture - history of architecture 4.0' (pdf)
- insectorum, e generosissimi auctoris scriptis extraxit, digessit, quoad portem reddidit, et terminologiam insectorum linneanam addidit (1783) lectiones
- was theorised by professor mick aston that the chapel was a capella ad portem, or a chapel by the gate - for the use of the local po****tion who would
- was known as st. john's church without newgate [johannis baptistae extra portem novem dublinensis]. in 1316 edward bruce marched towards dublin at the head
- mater, istud agas' tempo giusto, e-flat major, common time; duet 'fac ut portem christi mortem' largo, g minor, common time; alto aria 'inflammatus et accensus'
- flere) 7. coro. largo (virgo virginum praeclara) 8. duo. larghetto (fac, ut portem christi mortem) 9. alto solo. andante maestoso (inflammatus et accensus)