nummulary


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Nummular \Num"mu*lar\, Nummulary \Num"mu*la*ry\, a. [L.
   nummularius, fr. nummulus, dim. of nummus a coin: cf. F.
   nummulaire.]
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   1. Of or pertaining to coin or money; pecuniary; as, the
      nummulary talent.
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   2. (Pathol.) Having the appearance or form of a coin.
      "Nummular sputa." --Sir T. Watson.
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