grosz

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noun \ˈgrȯsh\

Definition of grosz

plural

grosze

\ˈgrȯsh\ and

groszy

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  1. a a Polish monetary unit equal to 1100 zloty — see zloty at money table The plural grosze is used for the denomination two; groszy is used for more than two.

Origin and Etymology of grosz

Polish


First Known Use: 1916


Grosz

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biographical name \ˈgrōs\

Definition of Grosz

  1. George 1893–1959 American (German-born) painter


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