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Something which has been made or invented, especially a coined word
The process of coining money
The creation of new words, neologizing
Coins taken collectively; currency
{n} coining, money coined, a forgery
Coinage is the coins which are used in a country. the world's finest collection of medieval European coinage
The issuance of metallic money of a particular country
{i} minting of coins; invention of a new word or phrase
Related to coins
coins collectively
The act or process of fabricating or inventing; formation; fabrication; that which is fabricated or forged
Coinage is the system of money used in a country. It took four years for Britain just to decimalise its own coinage. Certification of a piece of metal or other material (such as leather or porcelain) by a mark or marks upon it as being of a specific intrinsic or exchange value. Croesus (r. 560-546 BC) is generally credited with issuing the first official government coinage of certified purity and weight. Counterfeiting was widespread in the Middle Ages. In the late 15th century, equipment capable of providing coins of reliable weight and size was developed in Italy. The Industrial Revolution saw further refinements in coinage techniques. Most of the basic motifs of modern coinage were introduced in antiquity. In the Greek world, relief imprinting gradually replaced the roughly impressed reverse punch of the Lydians. Alexander the Great introduced the coin-portrait; these initially depicted gods or heroes and later living monarchs. Until the end of the 19th century, Chinese coins were cast much like those of the early Greeks; the square-holed Chinese bronze coins were issued in essentially the same size and shape for almost 2,500 years
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The act or process of converting metal into money
Coins; the aggregate coin of a time or place
a newly invented word or phrase
The cost or expense of coining money
the act of inventing a word or phrase
A coined word
plural of coinage
free coinage
In the fullest sense, the conversion of bullion (of any specified metal) into legal-tender coins for any person who chooses to bring it to the mint; in a modified sense, such coinage when done at a fixed charge proportionate to the cost of the operation