Origin of coinage
OTHER WORDS FROM coinagemis·coin·age, nounnon·coin·age, nounre·coin·age, noun
How to use coinage in a sentence
Hence, both the Vey and the Cherokee, the two latest coinages in the way of alphabets, are both syllabic.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies|Robert Gordon Latham
There is, indeed, but a shadowy boundary in these new coinages between the various parts of speech.
The spirit of the language appears scarcely less clearly in some of the coinages of the other classes.
Like all Tommy's word-coinages it was a good one and spread into common use.G. H. Q.|Frank Fox
Many coinages of the pre-Revolutionary era later disappeared.