gilder

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Etymology 1[edit]

gild +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

gilder (plural gilders)

  1. One who gilds; one whose occupation is to overlay with gold.
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Etymology 2[edit]

variant of guilder

Noun[edit]

gilder (plural gilders)

  1. (uncommon) Alternative spelling of guilder
    • 1743, A Description of Holland, page 103/H4:
      [...] worth as much as a Dutch Gilder, or about 21 Pence English.
    • 1959, Alec Waugh, Love and the Caribbean, page 263:
      On both sides they will confuse you by explaining that the Dutch gilder is the currency they prefer.
    • 2002, Georges de Menil, Economic Policy (ISBN 1-405-10537-2), page 556:
      [...] i.e. the 11 'legacy' currencies replaced by the euro on 1 January 1999 (Portuguese escudo, Belgian and Luxembourg franc, French franc, Dutch gilder, Italian lira, [...]).
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Noun[edit]

gilder c

  1. plural indefinite of gilde