Stater



noun
1.
any of various gold or silver or electrum coin units or coins of the ancient Greek states or cities.
noun
1.
statistic.
2.
Usually, stats. statistics.
adjective
3.
of, relating to, or containing statistics:
Some sports fans memorize all the stat sheets published about a team.
noun
1.
any of various usually silver coins of ancient Greece

stat (stāt)
adv.
With no delay. adj.
Immediate.
stat
1.
from Latin statim (immediately)
2.
statistics
STAT
stratospheric tracers of atmospheric transport

Greek word rendered “piece of money” (Matt. 17:27, A.V.; and “shekel” in R.V.). It was equal to two didrachmas (“tribute money,” 17:24), or four drachmas, and to about 2s. 6d. of our money. (See SHEKEL.)

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