noun, plural pfen·nigs, pfen·ni·ge [German pfen-i-guh] /German ˈpfɛn ɪ gə/.
Origin of pfennig
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Historical Examples of pfennig
One pfennig is one-hundredth of a mark, and the mark once was equal to 23.8 cents.All About Coffee
William H. Ukers
I had not a pfennig to spend and nothing of any value to sell.Solomon Maimon: An Autobiography.
A mark is 23.82 of our cents; and a pfennig is one-hundredth of a mark.Principles of Political Economy
Arthur Latham Perry
You just say such things because I owe you seventeen pfennig.
Pfennig, pfen′ig, n. a German copper coin, the hundredth part of a mark.