Definition of nummulary in US English:

nummulary

adjective

rare
  • Of or relating to coinage or money. Now rare.

Origin

Late Middle English (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin nummulārius of or relating to the changing of currency, also as noun, a kind of small-scale state banker from nummulus a coin + -ārius.

Pronunciation

nummulary

/ˈnʌmjʊləri/