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kreutzer

[ kroit-ser ]
/ ˈkrɔɪt sər /
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noun
any of various former minor coins issued by German states.
a former copper coin of Austria, one 100th of a florin.
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Origin of kreutzer

First recorded in 1540–50; from German Kreuzer, equivalent to Kreuz “cross” (originally the device on the coin; see cross) + -er noun suffix (see -er1)

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Other definitions for kreutzer (2 of 2)

Kreutzer
[ kroit-ser; French krœ-tser ]
/ ˈkrɔɪt sər; French krœˈtsɛr /

noun
Ro·dolphe [raw-dawlf], /rɔˈdɔlf/, 1766–1831, French violinist.
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British Dictionary definitions for kreutzer

kreutzer

kreuzer

/ (ˈkrɔɪtsə) /

noun
any of various former copper and silver coins of Germany or Austria

Word Origin for kreutzer

C16: from German Kreuzer, from Kreuz cross, from Latin crux; referring to the cross originally stamped upon such coins
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