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Agiʹo

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The percentage of charge made for the exchange of paper money into cash. (Italian).

“The profit is called by the Italians aggio.”—Searlett.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Age of the Bishops (The)
Age of the Popes (The)
Agĕ hoc
Ages
Agelasta
Agenorides
Agent
Agglutinate Languages
Aghast
Agio
Agis
Agist
Agla
Aglaos
Agnes
Agnes (St.)
Agnes Day (St.)
Agnoites (3 syl.). Ag-no-ites, or Ag-no-i-tæ
Agnostic (An)
Agnus-castus