Luxemburg Census can somone explain a group of entrys in Latin

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https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L971-1Z5V?i=6&cc=2037955&cat=187241

It lists Noms de Maisons (House Names) 1636 pg 12 -17

My understaning is that this is a list of houses in the Bertrange Parish in 1636.

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-9971-1ZLH?i=15&cc=2037955&cat=187241

On this page is a bit in Latin 

Nomina æ[c?]tium parochiæ

in Bartringen uti fuerunt

ante generalem illam morta-

litatem anni 1636 regente

parochiam Rndõ dnõ Andrea

mercatore dickrigsensi

                       Bartringen

so

"Names of the [?s] of the parish in Bartringen as there were before that general mortality of the year 1636, with Reverend Lord Andrew, merchant of Dickrigs governing the parish."

I'm interested in the house 26 Feijen. What is the word after Feijen and what does this group of entries mean??

in Genealogy Help by Krys Feyen G2G6 (9.6k points)

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I'm pretty sure now that it's aedes in the sense of "houses",and the name under 26 looks like "Feijen haus", the Feijen house. It has a cross next to it, so it's one of the ones that was destroyed or abandoned.
by Anonymous Buckner G2G6 Mach 5 (51.8k points)
selected by Krys Feyen

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