Definition of Thrymsa

1. an Anglo-Saxon gold coin [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thrymsa

thrustlike
thrustor
thrustors
thrusts
thrutch
thrutched
thrutches
thrutching
thruway
thruways
thryes
thryfallow
thryfallowed
thryfallowing
thryfallows
thrymsa (current term)
thrymsas
thud
thudded
thudding
thuddingly
thuds
thug
thugged out
thuggee
thuggees
thuggeries
thuggery
thugging
thuggish

Literary usage of Thrymsa

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1. The Political History of England by William Hunt, Reginald Lane Poole (1906)
"The name is said to be derived from the Arabic. The Mancus in the time of Athelstan was the standard price of an ox. 2. The thrymsa of Mercia was originally ..."

2. The Political History of England by William Hunt, Reginald Lane Poole (1906)
"The name is said to be derived from the Arabic. The Mancus in the time of Athelstan was the standard price of an ox. 2. The thrymsa of Mercia was originally ..."

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