seven-penny

sevenpenny

[sev-uhn-pen-ee]
adjective
noting a nail 2¼ inches (6 cm) long. Symbol: 7d

Origin:
1350–1400 for earlier sense “costing seven pence”; Middle English; see seven, -penny

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