noun, plural de·nar·i·i [dih-nair-ee-ahy] /dɪˈnɛər iˌaɪ/.
- denali national park,
- denali national park and preserve,
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
noun plural -narii (-ˈnɛərɪˌaɪ)
Word Origin for denarius
ancient Roman silver coin, 1570s, from Latin denarius, noun use of adjective meaning "containing ten," and short for denarius nummus "the coin containing ten (aces)," from deni- "by tens," from decem "ten" (see ten).