plural noun, singular re·al [rey-ahl; Portuguese re-ahl] /reɪˈɑl; Portuguese rɛˈɑl/.
Origin of reis
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A testone is also a current coin in Portugal, consisting of 100 reis.The Sailor's Word-Book
William Henry Smyth
They count it in reis at a thousand to the dollar, and this makes them rich and contented.
The Portuguese pennies, or reis (pronounced rays), are prodigious.
Madame de Bourke had some trust in the Dutch Reis, renegade though he was.
Soundings were made, and presently the Reis decided on anchoring.