Several poorly dressed peasants gave her each a copeck or two, and both giver and receiver made the sign of the cross.
Writhe away or not as you please,” thought the poor man, “but pay me my copeck!
Just at that time there came up behind him a poor moujik, who felt sorry for the beggar, and gave him a copeck.
His months pay—every copeck of that was spent and receipted.
I purchased a number of blessings, as each beggar made the sign of the cross over me on receiving a copeck.
"I'll pay you every copeck, you can rest assured," the collegian interposed, turning as white as a sheet.
Here's a five copeck piece left in my pocket, where did I get it?
Raskolnikov joined two or three listeners, took out a five copeck piece and put it in the girl's hand.
Whenever he had a copeck in his pocket he bought books and newspapers and spent the night reading them.
The main one is on November 8, St. Michael's day, when they spend every copeck they have collected.