noun, plural scu·di [skoo-dee]. /ˈsku di/.
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Example sentences from the Web for scudo
The credulous Neapolitan was delighted to have an opportunity to earn a scudo by so easy a service.
The pay for performing a mass varies from a “Paul” to a “Scudo;” that is, in round numbers, from sixpence to a crown.Rome in 1860|Edward Dicey
A party of twelve is sufficient to pay the expense at the rate of a scudo and a half for each person.Rollo in Rome|Jacob Abbott
Scudo wrote that Thalberg's scales were like pearls on velvet, the scales of Liszt the same, but the velvet was hot!Franz Liszt|James Huneker
The hackney coaches moreover only ply till five o'clock, so if you go to a party at night, it costs you a scudo.Letters of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy from Italy and Switzerland|Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy