thrymsa

thrymsa

[thrim-zuh, -suh]
noun
a coin of Anglo-Saxon England.

Origin:
before 1000; borrowed by 17th-century antiquarians < Old English, alteration of trymesa (by influence of thrīe three), genitive plural of trymes < Late Latin tremis a coin, equivalent to Latin trē(s) three + -mis, as in semis semis

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