Definition of Didrachm

1. n. A two-drachma piece; an ancient Greek silver coin, worth nearly forty cents.



Definition of Didrachm

1. a double drachma [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Didrachm

didja
didjeridoo
didjeridoos
didjeridu
didjeridus
didn't
didna
didnae
didncha
didntcha
didoes
didomain
didomains
didonia
didos
didrachm (current term)
didrachms
dids
didst
diduction
diductions
didy
didya
didym
didym-
didymalgia
didymium
didymiums
didymo
didymosphenia geminata

Literary usage of Didrachm

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1. The Numismatic Circularby Spink & Son by Spink & Son (1908)
"^R. didrachm. Obv. Helmeted head of Pallas, to г.; helmet adorned with ... Ж. didrachm. Obv. Head of Pallas, to r., wearing crested Athenian helmet, ..."

2. An Essay on Greek Federal Coinage by John Byrne Leicester Warren (1863)
"2 CoL Leake publishes from the Paris National Collection (Num. Hell. Europe, p. 164) another perfectly analogous didrachm of ..."

3. Dr. William Smith's Dictionary of the Bible: Comprising Its Antiquities by William Smith (1892)
"This stater wai з of 184-f- grains, and equivalent to a didrachm of the ... Thus far the stater is always a didrachm. In silver, however, the term 't ..."

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