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soldo

[ sol-doh; Italian sawl-daw ]
/ ˈsɒl doʊ; Italian ˈsɔl dɔ /
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noun, plural sol·di [sol-dee; Italian sawl-dee]. /ˈsɒl di; Italian ˈsɔl di/.
a former copper coin of Italy, the twentieth part of a lira, equal to five centesimi.
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Origin of soldo

1590–1600; <Italian <Latin solidum;see sol2
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British Dictionary definitions for soldo

soldo
/ (ˈsɒldəʊ, Italian ˈsoldo) /

noun plural -di (-diː, Italian -di)
a former Italian copper coin worth one twentieth of a lira

Word Origin for soldo

C16: from Italian, from Late Latin solidum a gold coin; see soldier
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