Definition of Accompt. Meaning of Accompt. Synonyms of Accompt

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Definition of Accompt

Accompt
Accompt Ac*compt" (#; formerly #), n. See Account. Note: Accompt, accomptant, etc., are archaic forms.

Meaning of Accompt from wikipedia

- "Swineruo", or Suibhne Ruadh ("Suibhne the Red"), recorded in the Ane Accompt of the Genealogie of the Campbells, a 17th-century Clan Campbell genealogy...
- Ane Accompt of the Genealogie of the Campbells is a seventeenth-century source do****enting the history of Clan Campbell. The history is preserved in...
- use in Great Britain by the mid-1800s, and are derived from the words accompting and accountantship used in the 18th century. In Middle English (used roughly...
- edition (1633) of Ralph Handson's book Analysis or Resolution of Merchant Accompts and that Handson uses Dr. as an abbreviation for the English word "debtor...
- †punctō punct- punctav- punctat- putō put- ****v- ****t- prune, think accompt, accomptant, account, accountability, accountable, accountancy, accountant...
- duke of Normandy (for of the Saxon races yet remaining we now make none accompt, much less of the British issue) do take their beginning in England after...
- fort of Dun Mor (Dunmore)[1], located near Lochgilphead.According to Ane Accompt of the Genealogie of the Campbells, the eponymous Iver was one of two illegitimate...
- Laborers. I cannot give you on this sudden a more exact Accompt of the prisoners, neither can any Accompt hold true long, because they still dye daily, and...
- Possil Campbell of Skipness Campbell of Strachur Campbell of Succoth Ane Accompt of the Genealogie of the Campbells Campbell of Argyll Militia The Campbells...
- 1660". Retrieved 16 September 2016.  from An Exact and most Impartial Accompt Of the Indictment, Arraignment, Tryal, and Judgment (according to Law)...
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