- coin money,
- coin of the realm,
- coin silver,
- coinage bronze,
- coincident indicator
Origin of coinage
Examples from the Web for coinage
Early on, I took to calling this doctrine belief in the “confidence fairy,” a coinage that seems to have stuck.
Remember his coinage “Obamneycare,” which he used in debates starting last June?Michael Tomasky on How Rick Santorum Nailed Mitt on Romneycare|Michael Tomasky|January 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But I feel that were I to accept the award, it would ultimately debase the coinage of the medal.
The earliest and standard specimen of Roman coinage was the as, subdivided almost indefinitely, and originally weighing a pound.
They had no coinage, whereas those in the south-east had theirs, copied from a stater of Philip of Macedon.Cornwall|Sabine Baring-Gould
The evil anticipations which have accompanied the coinage and use of the silver dollar have not been realized.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume IX.|Benjamin Harrison
A further cause of disaffection lay in the general impression that the monarch was tampering with the coinage.The Swedish Revolution Under Gustavus Vasa|Paul Barron Watson
The coinage system was improved and banking appears to have been for the first time introduced.The Rise of the Mediaeval Church|Alexander Clarence Flick
late 14c., "currency, money," from Old French coignage, from coignier "to coin" (see coin (n.)). Meaning "act or proces of coining money" is from early 15c.; sense "deliberate formation of a new word" is from 1690s, from a general sense of "something invented" (c.1600).