lushburg

noun lush·burg \ˈləshˌbərg\
variants: or

lusshebourne

less commonly

lushburger

Definition of lushburg

plural

-s

  1. :  a lightweight imitation of the English silver penny that was introduced into England from Luxembourg in the reign of Edward III (14th century)

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Origin and Etymology of lushburg

Middle English lussheburgh, from Luxemburg, medieval county and duchy in western Europe


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