ducaton

noun duc·a·ton \¦dəkə¦tän\
variants: less commonly

ducatoon

\-tün\ or

ducatone

less commonly

dukaton

Definition of ducaton

plural

ducatons

also

ducatoons

or

ducatones

or

dukatons

  1. :  a large silver coin of the Low Countries first struck in 1598; also :  a similar coin of Italy

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Origin and Etymology of ducaton

French ducaton, diminutive of ducat


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