- The Dutch name gulden was a Middle Dutch adjective meaning "golden", and the name indicates the coin was originally made of gold. The symbol ƒ or fl. for the Dutch guilder was derived from another old currency, the florin.
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4 days ago · The Dutch name gulden was a Middle Dutch adjective meaning "golden", and reflects the fact that, when first introduced in 1434, its value was about par to the Italian gold florin. The exact exchange rate, still relevant for old contracts and for exchange of the old currency for euros at the central bank, is 2.20371 Dutch guilders for 1 euro.
6 days ago · In 1900 and 1901, silver 1 ⁄ 10 and 1 ⁄ 4-guilder coins were introduced which circulated alongside Dutch coins. Following the German occupation of the Netherlands and the separation of the Netherlands Antillean currency from the Dutch, a bronze 1-cent coin was introduced in 1942, followed by a cupro-nickel 5-cent coin in 1943.
4 days ago · The ducat (/ ˈ d ʌ k ə t /) was a gold or silver coin used as a trade coin in Europe from the later Middle Ages until as late as the 20th century. Many types of ducats had various metallic content and purchasing power throughout the period.
3 days ago · The old Reichsmark and Rentenmark were exchanged for the new currency at a rate of DM 1 = RM 1 for the essential currency such as wages, payment of rents etc., and DM 1 = RM 10 for the remainder in private non-bank credit balances, with half frozen. [clarification needed] Large amounts were exchanged for RM 10 to 65 Pfennig. In addition, each ...
21 hours ago · – in Europe (green & dark grey) – in the European Union (green) Location of the Caribbean municipalities (green) Capital and largest city Amsterdam [a] Government seat The Hague [a] Official languages Dutch Co-official [b] English Papiamento West Frisian Recognised [c] Dutch Low Saxon Limburgish Sinte Romani Yiddish Ethnic groups (2020) 75.75% Dutch 7.90% Other Europeans [d] 2.39% Turkish ...
3 days ago · In Greece, the term taliro (τάληρο) is commonly used for the denomination of five of the local currency (5 drachmae or 5 euros). This reflects the fact that, when introduced in 1833, the new Greek currency, the drachma, corresponded to 1 ⁄ 5 of the value of one thaler, the latter coin thus being equivalent to the 5-drachma coin. The ...
1. (UK) enPR: pŏnd, IPA(key): /pɒnd/ 2. Rhymes: -ɒnd 3. (US) enPR: pänd, IPA(key): /pɑnd/ 4. Homophone: pawned (in accents with the cot-caught merger)
From Middle English ponde (“pond, pool”), probably from Old English *pond, *pand (attested in placenames), a variant of pund (“enclosure”). Doublet of pound.
Clipping of ponder.
From Dutch pond, from Middle Dutch pont, pond, from Old Dutch punt, from Proto-Germanic *pundą (“pound, weight”), borrowed from Latin pondō.
pond (plural ponds) 1. pound (currency) 1.1. Tot 1961, die Suid-Afrikaanse pond was onderverdeel in 20 sjielings. ― (please add an English translation of this usage example) 2. pound (unit of weight)
From Middle Dutch pont, pond, from Old Dutch punt, from Proto-Germanic *pundą (“pound, weight”), borrowed from Latin pondō.
1. IPA(key): /pɔnt/ 2. Hyphenation: pond 3. Rhymes: -ɔnt 4. Homophone: pont
pond n (plural ponden, diminutive pondje n) 1. unit of mass, often broadly similar to 500 grams 1.1. metric pound (500 grams) 1.1.1. Hij gaat een pondje kaas kopen op de markt. ― He is going to buy a pound(500 g) of cheese at the market. 1.2. (imperial units) pound (453.6 grams) 1.3. (historical) pound, any of several local units, with a range between 420 and 500 grammes, divided into 16 historical ounces 1.4. (historical, Dutch metric system) kilogram 2. one of several monetary units 2.1. Br...
1. IPA(key): /pɔ̃/ 2. Homophone: ponds
pond 1. third-person singular present indicative of pondre
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