aes rude

noun aes ru·de \ˈīs-ˈrü-ˌdā\

Definition of aes rude

  1. :  ancient money of Rome and Italy consisting of rough masses of bronze with no markings

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Origin and Etymology of aes rude

Latin, literally, crude bronze

First Known Use: circa 1736

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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