thrymsa

noun thrym·sa \ ˈthrimzə , -msə \

Definition of thrymsa

plural -s
: a 7th century gold coin and corresponding unit of value of Anglo-Saxon England

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Origin and Etymology of thrymsa

Old English thrymsa, thrimsa, genitive plural, alteration (influenced by thrīe three) of trymesa, trimesa, genitive plural of trymes, trimes, from Late Latin tremis, a coin, from Latin tres three + -mis (as in semis) (coin)


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