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Sequin Definition of Sequin by Merriam-Webster.
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sequin on Wikipedia. sequin in the Encyclopædia Britannica 11th edition, 1911. Quines, quines, sinque. From Italian zecchino, from zecca mint, from Arabic sikka, die for coining, coin. IPA key: /s.k/. sequin m plural sequins. money zecchin, sequin. sequin Synonym: paillette.
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5 External links. The name sequin originates from the Venetian colloquial noun zecchino Venetian: tsekino, meaning a Venetian ducat coin, rendered into French as sequin French: sk. The ducat stopped being minted after the Napoleonic invasion of Italy, and the name sequin was falling out of use in its original sense.

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