centenionalis

[ sen-ten-ee-oh-ney-lis ]
/ sɛnˌtɛn i oʊˈneɪ lɪs /

noun, plural cen·ten·i·o·na·les [sen-ten-ee-oh-ney-leez]. /sɛnˌtɛn i oʊˈneɪ liz/.

a silver coin of ancient Rome, first issued by Diocletian as one 100th of a solidus, later greatly debased.

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Origin of centenionalis

First recorded in 1780–85; from Latin centēniōnālis (nummus) “hundredth (coin)”
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