jeton

noun \ˈjetən, zhəˈtōⁿ\
variants: or

jetton

\ˈjetən\

Definition of jeton

plural

jetons

or

jettons

\-tənz, -tōⁿ(z)\
  1. :  1counter 1a

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Origin and Etymology of jeton

French jeton, from Middle French, from jeter to throw, cast up (accounts), calculate — more at jet


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