noun pi·as·tre \pē-ˈas-tər, -ˈäs-\

Definition of PIASTRE

— see pound at money table

Variants of PIASTRE

pi·as·tre also pi·as·ter \pē-ˈas-tər, -ˈäs-\

Origin of PIASTRE

French piastre, from Italian piastra thin metal plate, coin, from Latin emplastra, emplastrum plaster
First Known Use: 1592


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