Definition of Doblones

1. doblon [n] - See also: doblon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doblones

dobbie
dobbies
dobbin
dobbing
dobbins
dobby
dobchick
dobchicks
dobhash
dobhashes
dobie
dobies
dobla
doblas
doblon
doblones (current term)
doblons
dobra
dobras
dobro
dobros
dobs
dobson
dobson fly
dobsonflies
dobsonfly
dobsons
dobule
dobules
dobutamine

Literary usage of Doblones

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1. Felix Alvarez; or, Manners in Spain by Alexander Robert Charles Dallas (1818)
"Juan doblones and his Ass.—Patience of the Spanish Soldiers.— March from Tarifa.—Fording of the Lake of La Janda.—Vejer de la Frontera—Popular improvis- ..."

2. Tate's Modern Cambist: Forming a Manual of Foreign Exchanges by [William] Tate (1874)
"Gold onzas or doblones of 8 escudos or 16 pesos, with subdivisions of $, i, ... The gold onzas or doblones average 418 grains troy weight and 875 fineness, ..."

3. A History of the Inquisition of Spain by Henry Charles Lea (1906)
"For larger transactions multiples of the escudo were struck, known as doblones de a dos, de a cuatro and de a ocho, containing respectively 2, ..."

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