noun, plural de·nar·i·i [dih-nair-ee-ahy] /dɪˈnɛər iˌaɪ/.
Origin of denarius
Examples from the Web for denarius
Denarius, puzzling passage as to relation of to solidus, i. 10.The Letters of Cassiodorus|Cassiodorus (AKA Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator)
The few small finds included Samian of the late first and early second centuries (but no '29'), and a denarius of Trajan.Roman Britain in 1914|F. Haverfield
This fixes the value of the denarius as .4352 cent, or approximately four-tenths of a cent.The Common People of Ancient Rome|Frank Frost Abbott
A denarius is a silver Roman coin worth about a day's wages for an agricultural laborer.
The penny, or denarius, is equal to about fifteen cents of our money, and was the ordinary wages of a day laborer.The Revelation Explained|F. Smith