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Smalls is SCA jargon for a child or [[Minor]].
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Smalls is SCA jargon for a [[child]] or [[Minor]].
It is also a 19th Century English word for underclothes.
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It is also a 19th Century English word for [[underclothes]].
   
 
The exact word "smalls" is not medeival, however the plural form "smale" or "smalle" appears to be a medieval way of referring to children (as well as occasionally other small things).
 
The exact word "smalls" is not medeival, however the plural form "smale" or "smalle" appears to be a medieval way of referring to children (as well as occasionally other small things).
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see also:
 
see also:
 
*[[Minor]]
 
*[[Minor]]
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*[[child]]

Revision as of 17:17, 27 March 2006

Smalls is SCA jargon for a child or Minor. It is also a 19th Century English word for underclothes.

The exact word "smalls" is not medeival, however the plural form "smale" or "smalle" appears to be a medieval way of referring to children (as well as occasionally other small things). http://slumberland.org/sca/articles/smalls.html

see also: