Origin of guilder
Examples from the Web for guilder
Is it not charity to offer him half a guilder for that lace?The Ghetto|Herman Heijermans
He couldn't do anything else; and he built a fifty guilder bridge to bar the Spider's crawl.Held for Orders|Frank H. Spearman
In these respects, the Hundred Guilder print is a striking example.Rembrandt and His Works|John Burnet
A marc is divided into 5120 onsena, 200 onsena of pure silver in a guilder.
It was worth a guilder, he reflected; and stood waiting just inside the door, his men without.The Mercenary|W. J. Eccott
British Dictionary definitions for guilder
noun plural -ders, -der, -dens or -den
Word Origin for guilder
Word Origin and History for guilder
Dutch coin, late 15c., probably from a mispronunciation of Middle Dutch gulden, literally "golden," in gulden (florijn) or some similar name for a golden coin (see golden).