didrachm

noun
di·​drachm | \ ˈdī+ˌ-\
variants: or didrachma \ (ˈ)dī+ \ or didrachmon
plural didrachms or didrachmas or didrachmons

Definition of didrachm

: an ancient Greek silver coin worth two drachms

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Other Words from didrachm

didrachmal \ (ˈ)dī+ \ adjective

History and Etymology for didrachm

Late Latin & Greek; Late Latin didrachmon, didrachma, from Greek didrachmon, from di- + -drachmon (from drachmē drachm)

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