guilder

noun
guil·der | \ˈgil-dər \

Definition of guilder 

: gulden

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Official recognition made both of these things possible, and Adams was able–after gaining official recognition from the state–to secure a loan of five million guilder. Kat Eschner, Smithsonian, "John Adams Was the United States’ First Ambassador as Well as Its Second President," 19 Apr. 2017

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First Known Use of guilder

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for guilder

Middle English gylder, gyldren, modification of Middle Dutch gulden

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guilder

noun

English Language Learners Definition of guilder

: a basic unit of money that was formerly used in the Netherlands; also : a coin or bill representing one guilder

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