thaler

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See also: Thaler and Thäler

English[edit]

A 1780 thaler, stamped with the image of the empress Maria Theresa
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From German Thaler, an abbreviation of Joachimsthaler, after Sankt Joachimsthal, the German city in which some of the earliest thalers were minted in 1518.

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thaler (plural thalers)

  1. (historical) A monetary unit used in a number of central and northern European countries, known locally as daalder (Netherlands), daler (Scandinavia), Taler, Thaler (Germany), etc.
  2. (historical) The currency of Baden from 1829 to 1837, valued at 100 Kreuzer.

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thaler m (plural thalers)

  1. Alternative spelling of taler

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thaler

  1. Aspirate mutation of taler.