stooter

noun stoo·ter \ˈstōd-ə(r)\

Definition of stooter

plural

-s

archaic

  1. :  an old Dutch coin of base silver worth two and a half stivers

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Origin and Etymology of stooter

Dutch stoter (formerly spelled stooter), from Middle Dutch, literally, one that pushes or stamps, from stoten to push, stamp; akin to Old High German stōzan to push


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