victoriate

noun vic·to·ri·ate \ vikˈtōrēə̇t , -ˈtȯr- , -ēāt \

Definition of victoriate

plural -s
: a silver coin of the ancient Roman republic originally worth ³/₄ denarius, having on the reverse a figure of Victory crowning a trophy, and struck for use in foreign trade

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Origin and Etymology of victoriate

Latin victoriatus, from victoria victory + -atus -ate


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