/ flɔrɪn /
Množina reči florin je florins.
Dutch florin · guilder · gulden
ETYM French florin, Italian florino, orig., a Florentine coin, with a lily on it, from flore a flower, from Latin flos. Related to Flower, Floren.
A unit of money used in various countries, such as the Netherlands or, formerly, England and Austria.
Coin; many European countries have had coins of this name. The first florin was of gold, minted in Florence in 1252. The obverse bore the image of a lily, which led to the coin being called fiorino (from Italian fiore, flower).