Doitkin
Doitkin \Doit"kin\ (doit"k[i^]n), n. A very small coin; a doit. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • doitkin — doitkin, or doit /doyt(kan)/ A base coin of small value prohibited by Henry the Fifth. We still retain the phrase, in the common saying, when we would undervalue a man, that he is not worth a doit …   Black's law dictionary

  • doitkin — doitkin, or doit /doyt(kan)/ A base coin of small value prohibited by Henry the Fifth. We still retain the phrase, in the common saying, when we would undervalue a man, that he is not worth a doit …   Black's law dictionary

  • doitkin — kə̇n noun ( s) Etymology: Anglo French doydekyn more at dodkin : doit * * * doitkin see dodkin …   Useful english dictionary

  • doitkin — doit·kin …   English syllables

  • doitkin — A small base coin the use of which was forbidden by statute under Henry the Fifth …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • doit — doitkin, or doit /doyt(kan)/ A base coin of small value prohibited by Henry the Fifth. We still retain the phrase, in the common saying, when we would undervalue a man, that he is not worth a doit …   Black's law dictionary

  • doit — doitkin, or doit /doyt(kan)/ A base coin of small value prohibited by Henry the Fifth. We still retain the phrase, in the common saying, when we would undervalue a man, that he is not worth a doit …   Black's law dictionary

  • Dodkin — Dod kin, n. [D. duitken, dim. of duit. See {Doit}, and cf. {Doitkin}.] A doit; a small coin. Shelton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • doit — Same as doitkin …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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