Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of gourde.

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Examples

  • After his talk they got up a little collection — maybe a few hundred bucks in gourdes.

    Something Special in the World

  • After his talk they got up a little collection — maybe a few hundred bucks in gourdes.

    Something Special in the World

  • Haiti's central bank vault, which houses its cash, was not affected by the earthquake and should be able to dole out Haitian currency, known as gourdes, to supply banking operations, according to an official at the World Bank, which is monitoring Haiti's banking system.

    Stars and Stripes

  • When I ask the price of a plate she tells me five Haitian gourdes, which is about 12 US cents.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • Haiti's central bank vault, which houses its cash, was not affected by the earthquake and should be able to dole out Haitian currency, known as gourdes, to supply banking operations, according to an official at the World Bank, which is monitoring Haiti's banking system.

    Stars and Stripes

  • Someone lucky enough to have U.S. dollars has faced a punishing exchange rate as street vendors cut back sharply on the number of Haitian dollars, officially called "gourdes," they are prepared to offer.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Someone lucky enough to have U.S. dollars has faced a punishing exchange rate as street vendors cut back sharply on the number of Haitian dollars, officially called "gourdes," they are prepared to offer.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • "In Haiti they paid us $300 a month, in gourdes, the Haitian money," says one former overseas doctor who is now back in Cuba.

    New Prize in Cold War: Cuban Doctors

  • Recently, a 19-year-old girl was given 25 gourdes Haitian currency worth about 50 cents and was told of an orphanage in Kenscoff, a mountainous town some two hours from the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, where she could drop her kids.

    Dr. Jane Aronson: WWO: Trusted and Valuable Resource in Haitian Community

  • Recently, a 19-year-old girl was given 25 gourdes Haitian currency worth about 50 cents and was told of an orphanage in Kenscoff, a mountainous town some two hours from the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, where she could drop her kids.

    Dr. Jane Aronson: WWO: Trusted and Valuable Resource in Haitian Community

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