angelot

noun an·ge·lot

Definition of angelot

plural

-s

  1. 1 [so called from the device on the obverse, showing the archangel Michael slaying a dragon] :  an Anglo-Gallic gold coin issued in the 15th century by Henry VI of England

  2. 2 :  angelica 3

  3. 3 :  a small rich cheese made in Normandy

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Origin and Etymology of angelot

Middle French, from Old French, little angel, diminutive of angele angel


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