philippus

noun phi·lip·pus \ fə̇ˈlipəs \

Definition of philippus

plural philippi \-iˌpī\
1 : a 4th century b.c. gold stater of Philip II of Macedon
2 : any of several gold or silver 15th or 16th century coins of France, Spain, and Burgundy issued by rulers named Philip

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Origin and Etymology of philippus

Latin


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