nomisma

noun
no·​mis·​ma | \nōˈmizmə\
plural nomismata\ -​ətə \

Definition of nomisma 

: the Byzantine solidus

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History and Etymology for nomisma

Greek, something established by usage, current coin, money, from nomizein to use customarily, from nomos usage, custom

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