from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One of certain Irish silver coins, collectively called
Ormonde money, rudely struck, chiefly from plate, and issued in July, 1643, by the authority of Charles I.
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My list consists of lots of carnal flower, doirissimo, some chergui, taif rose, ormonde woman, kai just because i have a sample, black aoud, something from parfums rosine that sniffa gave away what is this anyways?
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