Trentaine, also Trentain, is a French counting and piece measure. 30 pieces correspond to one Trentaine .
Also called Trentaine regionally the performance of a certain prayer on thirty consecutive days, for which a pride fee can be charged.
The dimension designation also applied to a French woolen fabric of the same name, the Trentain . In this fabric, the number of warp threads in the amount was limited to 30 × 100 threads (3,000 threads). Different types of these fabrics, trente-deuxains , trente-quatrains and trente-sixains , were in use in the Languedoc , Provence and Dauphiné regions , for example .
- Helmut Kahnt, Bernd Knorr: Old measures, coins and weights: a lexicon. Licensed edition of the Bibliographisches Institut, Leipzig. Bibliographisches Institut, Mannheim, Vienna, Zurich 1986, ISBN 978-3-41102-148-2 , p. 324.
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- Johann Christian Schedel: New and complete, general ware encyclopedia , Volume 4, Schrämbl Buchdruckerei, Vienna 1811, p. 348.