Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An old Italian money of account; also, a weight.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • To begin with, it was small change denaro spicciolo, as the Italians would say, and we knew it: Menaggio and Cadenabbias Coppa di Consiglio was not exactly the kind of event that has its results posted on the ticker tape at the bottom of ESPNs SportsCenter screen.

    The Italian Summer

  • To begin with, it was small change denaro spicciolo, as the Italians would say, and we knew it: Menaggio and Cadenabbias Coppa di Consiglio was not exactly the kind of event that has its results posted on the ticker tape at the bottom of ESPNs SportsCenter screen.

    The Italian Summer

  • To begin with, it was small change denaro spicciolo, as the Italians would say, and we knew it: Menaggio and Cadenabbias Coppa di Consiglio was not exactly the kind of event that has its results posted on the ticker tape at the bottom of ESPNs SportsCenter screen.

    The Italian Summer

  • To begin with, it was small change denaro spicciolo, as the Italians would say, and we knew it: Menaggio and Cadenabbias Coppa di Consiglio was not exactly the kind of event that has its results posted on the ticker tape at the bottom of ESPNs SportsCenter screen.

    The Italian Summer

  • Italian: Italiano: dov'è il denaro dove (where) + è (is) combine into dov'è

    BLEG

  • Sapori, L'interesse del denaro a Firenze nel Trencento in Archivio Storico Italiano, 1928, vol.

    Catholicism, Protestantism, and Capitalism: Part I

  • “E denaro!” added Gina, like an echo, for she had found her tongue.

    Albert Savarus

  • “E denaro!” added Gina, like an echo, for she had found her tongue.

    Albert Savarus

  • Or you can stay here under my protection, and it will not cost you even one denaro.

    The Saracen: The Holy War

  • The boat tied up at a piling, and Simon gave the rower a second denaro and climbed up a short ladder to the quay.

    The Saracen: The Holy War

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