How to Pronounce haler?

Correct pronunciation for the word "haler" is [hˈe͡ɪlə], [hˈe‍ɪlə], [h_ˈeɪ_l_ə].

"Haler" in context

Haler is a type of coin originally found in the area of Austria and present day Switzerland, used as currency during the late Middle Ages and early modern era. Haler coins were made out of silver, usually bearing the image of a crowned bird or animal on the obverse and an inscription or denoting the issuing city on the reverse. They could also contain symbols of religious aspects to signify the importance of the issuing ruler. The haler was an immensely important coin and became an invaluable source of revenue for rulers such as the Emperor Maximilian I. Its value was also a major factor in creating the rise of the concept of international trade in Europe.

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