coin – Wiktionary

See also: COIN, Coin , and cóin

english [edit ]

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etymology [edit ]

An Ancient Greek mint, circa 315–308 BC, made of silver

An english coin, 1703, made of aureate From Middle English coyn, from Old French coigne ( “ lodge, cornerstone, die for stamping ” ), from Latin cuneus ( “ wedge ” ). Doublet of coign and cuneus. See besides quoin ( “ basis ” ). Displaced Middle English mynt, from Old English mynet, which was derived from Latin monēta .

pronunciation [edit ]

  • IPA(key): /kɔɪn/
  • ( Appalachians

    ,

    disused ) IPA(key): /kwaɪn/[1]

  • Rhymes: -ɔɪn
  • Homophones: coignquoin

noun [edit ]

coin ( countable and uncountable, plural coins )

Derived terms [edit ]

Descendants [edit ]

  • → Japanese: コイン ( koin )

Translations [edit ]

a nominal used in a limited establishment like a casino

  • Belarusian: жэто́н megabyte ( žetón )
  • Bulgarian: жето́н m ( žetón )
  • Czech: žeton thousand
  • Danish: polet c, jeton c
  • Dutch: jeton(nl) molarity, munt(nl) degree fahrenheit
  • Esperanto: ĵetono
  • Estonian: rahamärkžetoon
  • Finnish: pelimerkki(fi)
  • French: jeton(fr) megabyte
  • Galician: ficha fluorine
  • Georgian: ჟეტონი ( žeṭoni )
  • German: Chip(de) molarity, Jeton(de) thousand
  • Greek: μάρκα(el) f ( márka )
  • Hungarian: zseton(hu)
  • Italian: gettone(it) thousand
  • Kazakh: жетон ( jeton )
  • Kyrgyz: жетон ( jeton )
  • Latvian: žetons thousand
  • Lithuanian: žetonas molarity
  • Macedonian: жето́н m ( žetón )
  • Persian: ژتون‎ ( žeton )
  • Polish: żeton(pl) thousand
  • Portuguese: ficha(pt) fluorine
  • Romanian: jeton(ro) nitrogen
  • Russian: жето́н(ru) megabyte ( žetón ), фи́шка(ru) degree fahrenheit

    ( fíška )

  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic: жѐто̄н thousand
    Roman: žètōn(sh) thousand
  • Slovak: žetón m
  • Slovene: žeton molarity
  • Swedish: pollett(sv) c, jetong(sv) c
  • Tajik: жетон ( žeton )
  • Turkish: jeton(tr)
  • Ukrainian: жето́н megabyte ( žetón )
  • Uzbek: jeton(uz)

one of the suits of minor secret in tarot card, or a card of that lawsuit

  • Finnish: kolikko(fi)
  • Polish: moneta(pl) f, denar(pl) megabyte, pentakl molarity
  • Swedish: mynt(sv) north, pentagram(sv) n

verb [edit ]

coin ( third-person singular simple present coins, present participle coining, simple past and past participle coined )

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french [edit ]

pronunciation [edit ]

  • IPA(key): /kwɛ̃/
  • Homophones: coingcoingscoins

etymology 1 [edit ]

From Old French coin, from Latin cuneus ( “ wedge ” ), from Proto-Indo-European *h₂ḱū ( “ sting ” ) .

noun [edit ]

coin meter ( plural coins )

  1. wedge, cornerpiece
  2. corner
    • 2016, Joey Richardière, Une fille venue d’ailleurs, Chiado.
      Lorsque les copains selenium retrouvaient astronomical unit café du coin, pour boire une bière, taquiner lupus erythematosus flipper ou lupus erythematosus baby-foot, forty-nine n’était accepté que parce qu’il régalait .

      When the mates met up in the café at the corner, to drink a beer, have a move at the pinball machine or the football table, he was entirely tolerate because he treated them .
    L’église fait le coin.

    The church is equitable on the corner .
  3. area, part, place, spot
    « Je suis le seul robot dans ce coin. »

    “ I am the only automaton around here. ”
Derived terms [edit ]

etymology 2 [edit ]

Imitative .

ejaculation [edit ]

coin

promote reading [edit ]

  • “coin”, in Trésor de la langue française informatisé [Digitized Treasury of the French Language ], 2012.

irish [edit ]

pronunciation [edit ]

noun [edit ]

coin

  1. prosody of
    1. (archaic ) dative singular
    2. nominative /vocative /dativeplural

mutation [edit ]

Irish mutation
Radical Lenition Eclipsis
coin choin gcoin
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

Middle English [edit ]

noun [edit ]

coin

  1. coyn ( “ coin, quoin ” ) alternate class of

Old irish [edit ]

pronunciation [edit ]

noun [edit ]

coin

  1. inflection of
    1. accusative /dativesingular
    2. nominative /vocative /accusativedual
    3. nominative plural

mutation [edit ]

Old Irish mutation
Radical Lenition Nasalization
coin choin coin
pronounced with /ɡ ( ʲ ) -/
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. not every
possible mutate form of every news actually occurs .

scottish Gaelic [edit ]

etymology [edit ]

From Proto-Celtic *kunes ( comparison Welsh cŵn, Cornish keun ) .

noun [edit ]

coin meter pl

  1. ( “

    andiron ” )plural of

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