Definition of louis d'or
plural louis d'or
1 : a French gold coin first struck in 1640 and issued up to the French Revolution
2 : the French 20-franc gold piece issued after the French Revolution
Origin of louis d'or
French, from Louis XIII of France + d'or of gold
First Known Use: 1665
Rhymes with louis d'or
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