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didrachm

[ dahy-dram ]
/ ˈdaɪˌdræm /
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noun
a silver coin of ancient Greece equal to two drachmas.
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Also di·drach·ma [dahy-drak-muh]. /daɪˈdræk mə/.

Origin of didrachm

1540–50; <Late Latin didrāchmon<Greek dídrachmon worth two drachms. See di-1, drachma
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