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rigsdaler

[ rigz-dah-leyr ]
/ ˈrɪgzˌdɑ leɪr /
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noun
a former silver coin of Denmark, equal to 16 skillings; rix-dollar.
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Origin of rigsdaler

From Danish, dating back to 1590–1600; see origin at rix-dollar

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British Dictionary definitions for rigsdaler

rigsdaler
/ (ˈrɪɡzˌdɑːlə) /

noun
another word for rix-dollar
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