Definition of angster
: a Swiss minor coin of copper issued in various cantons from the 15th to the 19th centuries
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Origin and Etymology of angster
German, from Middle High German, from Medieval Latin angustus thin, from Latin, narrow — more at anguish
First Known Use: 1811
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