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pice

[ pahys ]
/ paɪs /
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noun, plural pice.
a former bronze coin of British India, one quarter of an anna.Compare pie5.
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Origin of pice

First recorded in 1615–20; see origin at paisa
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British Dictionary definitions for pice

pice
/ (paɪs) /

noun plural pice
a former Indian coin worth one sixty-fourth of a rupee

Word Origin for pice

C17: from Mahratti paisā
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