carolus

noun car·o·lus \ ˈka-rə-ləs , ˈker-ə- \

Definition of carolus

plural caroluses or caroli \ˈka-rə-ˌlī, ˈker-ə-, -ˌlē\
:any of various coins issued under monarchs called Charles: such as
a :an English gold coin of the reign of Charles I (1625–49) originally worth 20 shillings
b : carolus dollar

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Origin and Etymology of carolus

New Latin, Charles, from Medieval Latin


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