daric

noun dar·ic \ˈdarik\

Definition of daric

plural

-s

  1. :  a gold coin of ancient Persia depicting an archer on the obverse thought to represent King Darius

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Origin and Etymology of daric

Greek Dareikos, probably from Dareios Darius I †486 b.c. king of Persia + Greek -ikos -ic


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