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gulden

Guilder \Guil"der\, n. [D. gulden, orig., golden. Cf. Golden.] A Dutch silver coin worth about forty cents; -- called also florin and gulden.

Wiktionary
gulden

n. An old currency of the Netherlands (and its overseas territory the Netherlands Antilles).

WordNet
gulden
  1. n. the basic unit of money in Suriname; equal to 100 cents [syn: guilder, florin]

  2. formerly the basic unit of money in the Netherlands; equal to 100 cents [syn: guilder, florin, Dutch florin]

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Gulden

is the historical German and Dutch term for gold coin (from Middle High Germanguldin [pfenni(n)c] "golden penny" and Middle Dutchguldijn florijn "golden florin"), equivalent to the English term guilder.

Gulden, Gülden, Guldens or Gulden's may also refer to:

Usage examples of "gulden".

He recommended closer relations with the sterling bloc, for want of which he predicted an appreciable devaluation of the gulden.

Life began or was supposed to begin: After the devaluation of the gulden the economic situation improved slightly.

A working day was first proposed, so Fust could see the printshop and how his gulden had been spent to furnish it.

At each display, Fust nodded and aah-ed with approval, content to see his gulden wisely spent.

Vooral zie ik je vrouw, die het huishouden moet doen van die zevenentwintighonderd gulden, of liever, van wat je haar er voor afstaat.

Demetrius commanded Margari to go up into his room and have a complete translation of all this Latin rigmarole written down in honest Hungarian by the morning and to encourage him in his task he gave him two guldens and an order on the butler for as much punch as he could drink.

Danzig guldens for reichsmarks, scratched a poster advertising Persil soap powder, and found a bit of red under the blue and white but let well enough alone.

And bright and gay as Amsel made him, Potrimpos, the forever laughing youth with the ear of wheat between his teeth, brought in only a single gulden, although Potrimpos protects summer and winter seed against corn cockle, charlock and wild mustard, against couchgrass, vetches, spurry, and ergot.

You could get two and a half dozen of them for one gulden, and Kashubian butter cost less than margarine.

When I then asked Lorenz to break up and make a bonfire of the press, he was surprised, and demanded why, the work having cost us dear in time and gulden.

In 1853 Bruch gained the Mozart Stipendium of 400 gulden per annum for four years at Frankfort-on-Main, and for the following few years studied under Hiller, Reinecke and Breunung.

And bright and gay as Amsel made him, Potrimpos, the forever laughing youth with the ear of wheat between his teeth, brought in only a single gulden, although Potrimpos protects summer and winter seed against corn cockle, charlock and wild mustard, against couchgrass, vetches, spurry, and ergot.

The croupiers were making up a heavy packet of coins, sealed in blue paper, and containing fifty ten gulden pieces, together with an unsealed packet containing another twenty.

At the grain exchange rye debentures brought nine gulden sixty a hundredweight: money.

Jenny and all the other schoolchildren school began again, Harras resumed his dog's life, a varied routine which was not even interrupted by the arrival, exactly three weeks later, of the news that the stud dog Harras had once again earned twenty-five gulden for my father.