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zuz

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noun, plural zu·zim [zoo-zim, zoo-zeem]. /ˈzu zɪm, zuˈzim/.
an ancient Hebrew silver coin, the fourth part of a silver shekel.
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Origin of zuz

First recorded in 1685–95; from Hebrew zūz, from Aramaic zūzā, from Akkadian zūzu “half, division,” from zūzu “to divide”
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