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de·nar·i·us / diˈne(ə)rēəs/ • n. (pl. -nar·i·i / -ˈne(ə)rēˌī/ ) an ancient Roman silver coin. ∎  a unit of weight equal to that of a silver denarius. ∎  an ancient Roman gold coin worth 25 silver denarii.

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denarius

denarius ancient Roman coin. XVI. — L. (ellipt. for dēnārius nummus coin containing ten asses), f. dēnī by tens, distributive of TEN.

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denarius

denarius an ancient Roman silver coin, originally worth ten asses.

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