She took the money back; it was German money, five and ten pfennig pieces and some coppers—her whole belongings.
One pfennig is one-hundredth of a mark, and the mark once was equal to 23.8 cents.
These fellows beg usually within very small districts, and know every house that is "good" for a meal or a pfennig.
I had not a pfennig to spend and nothing of any value to sell.
You can spread out your money on the table, open your Police Guide, and plan out your holiday to a fifty pfennig piece.
A mark is 23.82 of our cents; and a pfennig is one-hundredth of a mark.
pfennig, pfen′ig, n. a German copper coin, the hundredth part of a mark.
You just say such things because I owe you seventeen pfennig.
They belong to the state, Otto, and if they should be shared with every one in Germany not one man would be a pfennig the better.
Camp commanders are allowed sixty-six pfennig per head per diem.