moidore definition

  • noun:
    • an old Portuguese or Brazilian silver money that has been also existing in The united kingdomt during the early eighteenth century.
    • An old Portuguese gold coin, minted from 1640 to 1732.
    • A gold money of Portugal, valued at about 27s. sterling.
    • A gold coin (also known as lisbonine) previously existing in Portugal. It was equivalent in worth to about $6. 50.

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