from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A gold coin of Leghorn of the value of 4 shillings.
- n. A gold coin of the Medici family, dukes of Florence or Etruria.
- n. A Tuscan money of account. The pezza della rosa or livornina is worth lire.
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In silver, there is the scudo of six livres, the mezzo scudo of three; and the quarto, or pezza di trenta soldi: but all these are very scarce.
I don't and I know people like Recess Monkey (e.g. pezza) and Iain Dale usually don't.
I weint to a godfaver’s pezza place an dder was a cocroch on da table were dey was servin da pizzas.
Naples), of whom these words are spoken: _Dionco e Fiametta gran pezza cantarono insieme d'Arcita, e di Palamone_:  by which it appears that this story was written before the time of Boccace; but, the name of its author being wholly lost, Chaucer is now become an original; and I question not but the poem has receiv'd many beauties by passing thro 'his noble hands.