george-noble definition

  • noun:
    • An English gold coin of the reign of Henry VIII., well worth at that time 6s. 8d. The name George (produced by the figure of St. George from the obverse for the money) was given it to distinguish it through the earlier in the day English coins called nobles.
    • An English gold coin of the reign of Henry VIII., worth during the time 6s. 8d. Title George (derived from the figure of St. George in the obverse associated with the money) was given it to tell apart it from earlier English gold coins named nobles.
    • An English silver money of this reign of Henry VIII., well worth during the time 6s. 8d. The name George (derived from the figure of St. George regarding obverse associated with coin) was presented with it to tell apart it from previous English coins named nobles.
    • An English gold coin regarding the reign of Henry VIII., worth during the time 6s. 8d. The name George (produced from the figure of St. George in the obverse of this money) was given it to differentiate it from previous English gold coins called nobles.
65 votes

How would you define george-noble?

All the definitions on AZdictionary were written by people just like you. Now's your chance to add your own!