- rose noble.
- a former gold coin of Scotland, equal to 60 shillings.
- a former silver coin of Scotland, equal to 30 shillings.
Origin of ryal
1350–1400; Middle English (Scots): royal
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Examples from the Web for ryal
Ryal, rī′al, n. an old English gold coin worth about ten shillings, called a Rose-noble.
You are trying to run your ryal car on a democratic gauge, and you'll either run off the track or you'll bust your biler.The Life of a Celebrated Buccaneer
That lawyer of Ryal Phelps is goin to let pop have some money and were both goin to send for cloessome duds!Ruth Fielding In the Saddle
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