decameron









decameron


noun

  1. a collection of 100 tales (1353) by Boccaccio.
n.

c.1600, from Italian Decamerone, name of Boccaccio’s 14c. collection of 100 tales supposedly told over 10 days, from Greek deka “ten” (see ten) + hemera “day” (see ephemera).

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