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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek νόμισμα (nómisma) "money, the current coin of a state, custom", from νομίζω (nomízō) (nomizo) "to hold or own as a custom, usage, to use customarily, practise, to be used to a thing", hence "to make common use of", from νόμος (nómos) (nomos) "anything assigned, a usage, custom, law, ordinance", from νέμω (némō) (nemo) "to keep, to hold, to watch".

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νόμισμα (nómisman (plural νομίσματα)

  1. a coin
  2. the basic currency of a country
  3. nomisma
  4. money circulating in the form of notes and coin

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  • see: χρήμα n (chríma, capital, assets)

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