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From Middle English grot, from Old English grot, from Proto-Germanic *grutą. More at grit, grout.

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groat (countable and uncountable, plural groats)

  1. (chiefly in the plural) Hulled grain.
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Etymology 2Edit

Possibly from Middle Dutch groot, the Old French gros Tournois (a coin of Tours), from Medieval Latin denarius (coin) grossus (large). Related to German Groschen

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groat (plural groats)

  1. (archaic or historical) Any of various old coins of England and Scotland.
  2. A historical English silver coin worth four English pennies, still minted as one of the set of Maundy coins.
  3. A proverbial small sum; a whit or jot.
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