[gil-der] /ˈgɪl dər/
a silver or nickel coin and monetary unit of the Netherlands until the was adopted, equal to 100 cents; florin.
Abbreviation: Gld., f., fl.
a former gold coin of the Netherlands; florin.
the monetary unit of the Netherlands Antilles and Suriname, equal to 100 cents.
the Austrian florin.
any of various gold coins formerly issued by German states.
noun (pl) -ders, -der, -dens, -den
Also called florin. the former standard monetary unit of the Netherlands, divided into 100 cents; replaced by the euro in 2002
the standard monetary unit of the Netherlands Antilles and Surinam, divided into 100 cents
any of various former gold or silver coins of Germany, Austria, or the Netherlands
Dutch coin, late 15c., probably from a mispronunciation of Middle Dutch gulden, literally “golden,” in gulden (florijn) or some similar name for a golden coin (see golden).
/ˈɡɪlfəd/ noun 1. a city in S England, in Surrey: cathedral (1936–68); seat of the University of Surrey (1966). Pop: 69 400 (2001)
[gild-hawl] /ˈgɪldˌhɔl/ noun 1. (in Britain) the hall built or used by a guild or corporation for its assemblies; town hall. /ˈɡɪldˌhɔːl/ noun 1. (Brit) 2. Also gildhall. the meeting place of a medieval guild
[gild] /gɪld/ noun 1. an organization of persons with related interests, goals, etc., especially one formed for mutual aid or protection. 2. any of various medieval associations, as of merchants or artisans, organized to maintain standards and to protect the interests of its members, and that sometimes constituted a local governing body. 3. Botany. a […]
[gild-ship] /ˈgɪld ʃɪp/ noun 1. (defs 1, 2). 2. the condition or standing of a guild member.