Of course all the young men of the district paid court to her, more on account of her ecus than her pretty ways.
It is believed their loss was more than thirty millions of ecus.
Leonardo was given a pension of seven ecus de France per year and a residence near Amboise.
You and your soldiers had taken more than fifty ecus worth of forage from me, as well as a cow and two sheep.
Panurge then, without any more ado, threw a large leathern purse stuffed with gold crowns (ecus au soleil) among them.
old French silver coin, 1704, from French écu, from Old French escu (12c.) "shield, coat of arms," also the name of a coin, from Latin scutum "shield" (see hide (n.1)). First issued by Louis IX (1226-1270); so called because the shield of France was imprinted on them.