carolus

[kar-uh-luh s]
noun, plural car·o·lus·es, car·o·li [kar-uh-lahy] /ˈkær əˌlaɪ/.
  1. any of various coins issued under monarchs named Charles, especially the broad of Charles I of England.

Origin of carolus

1680–90; < Medieval Latin: Latinized form of Charles or Karl
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carolus

noun plural -luses or -li (-ˌlaɪ)
  1. any of several coins struck in the reign of a king called Charles, esp an English gold coin from the reign of Charles I
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