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ducatoon

[ duhk-uh-toon, duhk-uh-toon ]
/ ˈdʌk əˌtun, ˌdʌk əˈtun /
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noun

a former silver coin of the Netherlands, used through the 17th and 18th centuries: equal to three gulden.

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Also duc·a·ton [duhk-uh-ton]. /ˈdʌk əˌtɒn/.

Origin of ducatoon

1605–15; <French ducaton, diminutive of ducatducat
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