noun aqui·li·no \ˌäkwəˈlēnō\

Definition of aquilino



  1. :  any of several silver coins having the device (see device 3) of an eagle that were issued by various Italian states The most notable aquilino was the one first issued by Padua in the 13th century.

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Origin and Etymology of aquilino

Italian, from aquila eagle, from Latin

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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