schilling

noun
schil·ling | \ˈshi-liŋ \

Definition of schilling 

: the basic monetary unit of Austria until 2002

First Known Use of schilling

1753, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for schilling

German, from Old High German skilling, a gold coin — more at shilling

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