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Today is…Lucky Penny Day

The name “penny” may have come from a few things. It may have derived from the word “pawn,” meaning pledge or debt; it may have come from the West Germanic word for “frying pan,” because of its shape; and it may have derived from the Latin word “pondus,” meaning “pound.” The penny is based on the Carolingian denarius, a silver coin that was the main currency in Europe for centuries. Today, various countries use a penny, which is usually the smallest denomination of currency. “Penny” is an informal name for the coin in some countries, such as the United States and Ireland, and it is the formal name for the coin in Britain. In the United States, the formal name for the coin is the one-cent coin or the American cent.

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