Thus, we have one mill; ten mills to make a dime; ten dimes to make a dollar, and so on.
"These dimes came from my ten-cent bank," explained Springer.
But I alvays like the shady site of a pargain, and I shall only gif you four dimes.'
The Sioux counted their money by dimes, which they called Cosh-poppy.
When the plate was passed he placed his last dollar on the coppers and ...