noun, plural de·nar·i·i [dih-nair-ee-ahy]. /dɪˈnɛər iˌaɪ/.
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Origin of denarius
Example sentences from the Web for denarius
Three hundred Roman pence, or denarii, amount to about nine pounds seven shillings and sixpence sterling.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II|Francis Augustus Cox
"Denarii dicti, quod denos ris valebant; quinarii, quod quinos" (Varro).Narcissus|Unknown
Many a time the labourer's spade has clashed on a rusted spear-head, a broken urn, a handful of denarii.In the West Country|Francis A. Knight
Three hundred pence or Roman denarii would be approximately equal in value to forty-five dollars.Jesus the Christ|James Edward Talmage
Forged denarii of lead or brass formed the larger part of those found in the Thames.Memorials of Old London|Various