zuz


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zuz

 (zo͞oz)
n.
An ancient Hebrew silver coin.

[Mishnaic Hebrew zûz, from Aramaic, from Akkadian zūzu, half, division, unit of weight, from zâzu, to divide; see ḏwḏ2 in the Appendix of Semitic roots.]

zuz

(zuːz)
n
1. (Historical Terms) an ancient Hebrew silver coin
2. (Currencies) an ancient Hebrew silver coin
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