terce
Noun

terce

  1. (historical) The third hour of daylight (about 9 am).
  2. (chiefly, Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy) The service appointed for this hour.
  3. (Scotland, legal) A widow's right, where she has no conventional provision, to a liferent of a third of the husband's heritable property.
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