eyrir

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noun ey·rir \ˈā-ˌrir\

Definition of eyrir

plural

aurar

play \ˈœy-ˌrär, ˈau̇-\
  1. :  a monetary subunit of the krona (Iceland) — see krona at money table

Origin and Etymology of eyrir

Icelandic, from Old Norse, money (in plural), probably from Latin aureus a gold coin


First Known Use: circa 1927

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