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siglos

[ sig-los ]
/ ˈsɪg lɒs /
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noun, plural sig·loi [sig-loi]. /ˈsɪg lɔɪ/.
a silver coin of ancient Persia, the 20th part of a daric.
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Origin of siglos

<Greek síglos<Semitic; compare Hebrew sheqelshekel
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British Dictionary definitions for siglos

siglos
/ (ˈsɪɡlɒs) /

noun plural -loi (-lɔɪ)
a silver coin of ancient Persia worth one twentieth of a daric
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