Dispence - (v. i. & n.) See Dispense.
Epencephalic - (a.) Pertaining to the epencephalon.
Epencephalic - (a.) Situated on or over the brain.
Epencephalon - (n.) The segment of the brain next behind the midbrain,
including the cerebellum and pons; the hindbrain. Sometimes abbreviated
Fourpence - (n.) A British silver coin, worth four pence; a groat.
Fourpence - (n.) A name formerly given in New England to the Spanish half
real, a silver coin worth six and a quarter cents.
Mill-sixpence - (n.) A milled sixpence; -- the sixpence being one of the
first English coins milled (1561).
Ninepences - (pl. ) of Ninepence
Ninepence - (n.) An old English silver coin, worth nine pence.
Ninepence - (n.) A New England name for the Spanish real, a coin formerly
current in the United States, as valued at twelve and a half cents.
Pencel - (n.) A small, narrow flag or streamer borne at the top of a
lance; -- called also pennoncel.
Sixpences - (pl. ) of Sixpence
Sixpence - (n.) An English silver coin of the value of six pennies; half
a shilling, or about twelve cents.
Spence - (n.) A place where provisions are kept; a buttery; a larder; a
Spence - (n.) The inner apartment of a country house; also, the place
where the family sit and eat.
Spencer - (n.) One who has the care of the spence, or buttery.
Spencer - (n.) A short jacket worn by men and by women.
Spencer - (n.) A fore-and-aft sail, abaft the foremast or the mainmast,
hoisted upon a small supplementary mast and set with a gaff and no
boom; a trysail carried at the foremast or mainmast; -- named after its
inventor, Knight Spencer, of England .
Threepence - (n.) A small silver coin of three times the value of a
Twelvepence - (n.) A shilling sterling, being about twenty-four cents.
Twopence - (n.) A small coin, and money of account, in England,
equivalent to two pennies, -- minted to a fixed annual amount, for
almsgiving by the sovereign on Maundy Thursday.