If the thumb or the toe hangs useless, he shall pay 1,200 denarii, which make 30 solidi.
They got but my ass and a bag of denarii, and they were wroth to have so little.
My grounds, alas, have produced nothing beyond the two denarii.
But, theoretically, it was still considered equal to 40 denarii.
If anyone is summoned to the court and does not come, he shall pay 600 denarii, which make 15 solidi.
Do you not know that the whole book costs only five denarii?
If I had not stolen the three denarii would John have known the meaning of delight?
Mommsen quotes the price as 12,000 denarii, which would amount to about the same sum.
The Turk had often said that he would not give a branch of this tree for a hundred denarii.
Three hundred Roman pence, or denarii, amount to about nine pounds seven shillings and sixpence sterling.
ancient Roman silver coin, 1570s, from Latin denarius, noun use of adjective meaning "containing ten," and short for denarius nummus "the coin containing ten (aces)," from deni- "by tens," from decem "ten" (see ten).