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johannes

[ joh-han-eez, -is ]
/ dʒoʊˈhæn iz, -ɪs /
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noun, plural jo·han·nes.
a gold coin formerly used as currency in Portugal, first issued in the early 18th century.
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Origin of johannes

1750–60, Americanism; after the name Joannes (John V, of Portugal) in the coin's legend. See John

Other definitions for johannes (2 of 2)

Johannes
[ yoh-hah-nis, -han-is ]
/ yoʊˈhɑ nɪs, -ˈhæn ɪs /

noun
a male given name, form of John.
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British Dictionary definitions for johannes

johannes

joannes

/ (dʒəʊˈhæniːz) /

noun plural -nes
a Portuguese gold coin minted in the early 18th century

Word Origin for johannes

C18: after Joannes (King John V) of Portugal, whose name was inscribed on the coin
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