xerafin


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xerafin

(ˈzɛrəfɪn)
n
an old Bombay coin equivalent to of a rupee
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At other times they would be able to do so only outside of their native villages and according to the laws of the Concilio Provincial under the pain of a 1000 xerafins fine, one-third paid to the accuser and two-thirds to cover the expenses of the High Court.
also a chalice of massive gold with precious stones, which with the work had cost at Goa 3,750 xerafins, equal to little less than Rs.
000 xerafins e perderia as merces que tivesse, podendo ainda, ser desterrado para onde o arbitrio do vice-rei escolhesse.